To keep this leather good looking and to protect its appearance, it is important to treat it with care.
Avoid letting your leather product get wet especially in the first month of use. After a month, the leather becomes more flexible and better at repelling water droplets.
Keep the leather away from heat and never blow dry it, even if it gets wet. Use animal hair brushes for cleaning, not brushed made with synthetic bristles. Clean the product once a week if you use it often.
Apply neutral leather soap or oil or cream conditioner directly onto the leather, working it into the grain with your fingers or a soft cloth. You can occasionally apply beeswax to your leather products to keep them in top condition.
Much like your favorite pair of raw denim bluejeans, VegTan leather ages in a similar way, developing a “patina” as oils from your skin and other elements of the environment absorbs into it. Patina isn't a negative; instead, it's the main reason people fall in love with natural leather in its raw state. Starting with a beautiful pale tan shade, it eventually develops into any range of browns through wear and use.