Product Care


Product Maintenance Care


Caring for your leather clothing properly will extend its lifespan and allow you to continue enjoying the style and benefits of having a leather jacket that looks brand new.

These simple steps can help you in cleaning your leather clothing.

Use a soft brush to remove any dust or dirt from the garment.

Clean the garment using a cleaning solution of water (preferably distilled water) and neutral soap (without any chemicals). Dampen a microfiber cloth or sponge with the solution and gently wipe the outside of the garment from top to bottom.

Use another cloth dampened with water to wipe the garment and remove the soap.

Use another cloth dampened with water to wipe the garment and remove the soap.

Hang the garment to dry naturally. Avoid using an air dryer, and keep it away from direct sunlight and heat sources.

Also, it is always best to take your garment to a leather-spinning cleaner for a thorough cleaning.

Special Maintenance

Mild rain won't usually damage your leather jacket, but avoiding exposure to prolonged moisture is best. If your leather gets wet, promptly wipe it off and let it dry by hanging the garment in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and heat sources.

Our leather jackets do not have inherent water resistance; if exposed to water and significant moisture, they can become brittle and dry.

Following the manufacturer's instructions, you can use a water-resistant product on your garment. However, PeterSign is not liable for any damage caused by using such products.

It is recommended to keep your jacket free from dust and dirt and condition it once or twice a year to preserve the leather's appearance, maintain its strength, and shield it from water damage

We also advise against dry cleaning, machine washing, tumble drying, bleach, detergents, chemical soaps, ironing, and force drying your leather garment. Moreover, shield your leather garment from direct sunlight, rain, humidity, alcohol, oil, grease, and other harsh products and cleaners containing caustic ingredients.


To ensure your leather garment stays in top-notch condition, it's crucial to know how to store it properly. Follow these tips to keep your leather jacket looking its best:

  • Store your leather jacket in a breathable bag, and avoid using plastic packaging.
  • Use padded or wooden hangers to maintain the garment's shape when hanging it up.
  • Avoid folding the garment when storing or hanging it.
  • Always keep your leather garment in a cool, dry place, away from direct sunlight and high heat sources.