How to Break In Your Leather Case
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How to Break In Your Leather Case

Posted by Carlos on 6/5/2013 to Leather
A leather accessory is a work of art. A status symbol of sorts proclaiming to the world that you require the best accessory available. A leather case is no exception, and with a bit of patience, can be broken in and conformed to perfectly fit your need.

The leather case is purposely crafted slightly smaller than the user likely intends. This is to ensure the case can properly stretch slightly to meet the need of its user. With deliberate and thoughtful everyday use your leather case will only need a few days to "conform" to your everyday need for it.

It is helpful to massage the leather case, to reveal the full beauty of the grain and break in the leather. A leather case is designed to last for years and years, reaching its aesthetic potential after it has been broken in. A leather case is an object that truly "gets better with age.

Once your leather case is broken in there are a few things to keep in mind in order to properly care for it. Depending on where you store your leather case will determine the amount of protective care your case requires. A case that is primarily kept in a satchel or handbag and not exposed to the elements very often will not require much protective effort. A leather case that is in the sun often or exposed to wind, moisture, or heat on a regular basis will require a protective coating, and massaging with oil is recommended.

No matter the intent of use for your stylish, yet classic, leather case, breaking it in and caring for it properly are simple if you follow these guidelines.
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