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4 tips on how to make your Leather Jackets last longer

Leather jackets are quite necessary; they not only add swag to your dressing, they are necessary for certain weather conditions. A good leather jacket can last for a very long time dependent on how you maintain it.

Maintaining a leather jacket is quite easy but there are several tips on how to make it last longer.

Check out these four tips on how to make your leather jackets last longer;

  1. Keep it away from heat and direct exposure to sunlight

Leather jackets are worn mostly in cold weather conditions. However, direct exposure to sunlight will cause the leather to fade as well as develop cracks. It is advisable you keep leather jackets away from any source of heat.


  1. Do not store leather jackets in a plastic bag

Leather jackets last long if they are dried in open air so it is advisable not to store them in plastic bags. Most people tend to wrap their leather jackets in plastic bags in order to protect it but this allows moisture develop on them which doesn't bode well for leather products. Expose it to a little bit of ventilation.


  1. Polish your leather jackets

Just like you polish your shoes to keep them shining, you should also polish your leather jackets in order to maintain the color. However, do not use shoe polish but rather get specific leather polishes which are used for leather jackets. Apply the polish occasionally so as to maintain the shine.


  1. Use a damp cloth to generally clean leather jackets

When generally cleaning your leather jackets, use damp cloth and let the leather jacket dry on its own.

Follow these tips if you want your leather jacket to last longer.

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