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BE 1930 Zaventem

Belgium

Care

 It is essential to take preventative steps to prevent damage, excessive wear, and also to prolong the life of your purchase. The information below is created to help you care for your Gerard Pierre Essentials.

For all of our products, please reference the care card or our FAQs for basic care instructions.

 

 

Leather

 

Leather is one of nature’s most remarkable materials. Soft and strong, our leathers are selected and treated with the utmost care during the creation of you Gerard Pierre product. It is essential to take preventative steps in order to prevent damage, excessive wear, and also to prolong the life of your Gerard Pierre purchase.

 

Maintenance & Cleaning

 

  • Clean regularly using a microfiber cloth, or a soft cloth, dusting the surface frequently.

  • Invest in a high-quality leather moisturizer to keep the leather from drying out. Follow the package instructions for application.

  • When cleaning leather with any product, we advise using a ‘damp’ not ‘wet’ soft cloth-like microfiber or cotton t-shirt. Always finish with a soft dry cloth. Ensure the leather is completely dry before putting back into storage.

 

Storing

 

  • If storing for a long period of time, cover in a box, wrap in paper tissue, or dust bag.

  • Do not store in a plastic bags as this could cause the leather to dry out, become brittle, or crack.

  • Avoid exposure to extreme temperatures.

 

 

Canvas

 

Canvas is an extremely durable fabric traditionally used for making sails, tents, and other items for which sturdiness is required. It is also popularly used by artists as a painting surface to create work of arts. As such, it is essential to take preventative steps to prevent damage, excessive wear, and also to prolong the life of your Gerard Pierre canvas piece. 

 

Cleaning and Maintenance

 

  • Brush your canvas with a soft brush on a regular basis to keep dust and other damaging elements from settling into the material.

  • If wet, soft blot the area with a dry cloth. Then, if necessary, use a hairdryer at a safe distance on low to speed up this process. 

  • Avoid using a highly chemical fragrance, as it may damage the material of the bag.

 

Storing

 

  • Always store canvas items in the provided dust bag or box to protect it from dust, sun, and heat damage when not in use.

  • Avoid exposure to extreme temperatures.

 

 

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