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care instruction for vegan leather handbags

general cleaning

  • to clean your vegan leather bag just use warm water, a soft cloth, and mild soap. dilute the soap with water and dampen the cloth in this mixture before gently applying it to your bag. take care that the cloth is damp but not soaking wet. keep in mind that anything you apply to your purse can darken it or otherwise change how it looks. even with vegan leather, you’ll want to spot-test everything first.
  • after applying the soap, use a second cloth dampened with clean water to rinse off the bag, and a different soft cloth to dry it.
  • if the inside of your bag gets dirty, you can wipe it down with the same method. if there’s a fabric lining, turn it inside out and use a lint roller or your vacuum’s fabric brush to remove debris.

daily cleaning

  • for daily cleaning of your bag, simply dust off any dirt and wipe the exterior down with a mild alcohol-free un-scented wet wipe.
caring for leather shoes

depending on the type of leather, specific sprays or creams can be used. however, for most leathers wiping (without undue pressure) with a dry cloth is sufficient.

caring for watches 

khalsa watches are made of 100% solid stainless steel. stainless steel is hypoallergenic and a most durable material. the battery should last approximately 2 years. when the battery expires, replace it as soon as possible to prevent any malfunction. in order to maintain the original pressure for water resistance, it is recommended that you do not attempt to change the watch battery yourself. doing so may reduce your water resistance and void your warranty. 

clothing care 

all of our apparel is seasonal. due to the delicate nature of our designs, we are unable to repair damage caused by regular wear and tear. 

jewelry care 

keep your jewels looking their best by avoiding direct contact with perfume, hairspray, sunscreen, deodorant and makeup. do not get your jewelry wet. we recommend storing your pieces separately. try hanging your necklaces and keeping your rings and bracelets in a covered spot, like a lidded jewelry box.