As such, regular care and appropriate handling are important. Here you will find valuable tips on how to care for your leather bags, wool sweaters or other products.
Our leather comes from the nomadic cattle herds in Mongolia and is a high-quality natural product. The leather has been tanned chrome-free and is therefore environmentally friendly and completely non-toxic. Through the manufacturing process, the colour and structure of the leather can vary. This is not a quality defect, but a natural characteristic of the product.
The leather changes its appearance according to its use and through rain or moisture. This characteristic makes every leather product unique. If the bag is not used, it is best to keep it dry in a soft bag.
In order to appropriately care for bags, it is recommended to spray the leather with a good finishing agent. In doing so, it is thereby protected from moisture and/or water stains. Applying a finish can also reduce the dirt absorption. If the bag has gotten wet, please let it dry at a normal room temperature, not near a heating source or in the sun. In doing so, it will become dry and soft again.
Leather products should be cared for regularly, e.g. with a leather milk. To do this, first apply a thin layer of the leather care product to an inconspicuous area in order to check whether there is any discoloration or if a stains begins to form. Check the leather care product to see which type of leather it is suitable for. After each treatment, it is best to let the bag rest for one day so that the leather care product is completely absorbed.
You can read more about our leather here.
Our cashmere comes directly from the goats of the Mongolian nomads. All our products are produced with the highest quality material. Depending on the type of product, a greater number of threads may or may not be used in the production process. The fewer the number of thread, the softer the product will be to the wearer, the greater number of threads, the warmer it will be. Cashmere is always much softer than wool and, above all, much warmer when finely woven.
All wool products have small nodules, which become less and less with age. Follow these tips to treat the nodules:
Ventilate your cashmere product (scarf or sweater) as often as possible. This will restore the product to its natural beauty. Cashmere loves water. You should therefore wash your cashmere product regularly.
Please note this:
Wash the sweater turned inside out in a laundry bag and wash cold in the wool program with very little wool detergent and do not use any fabric softener. Please use the lowest speed. Another possibility that would be better for the product would be to wash it by hand in cold water using a shampoo or wool detergent. Carefully use the shampoo and/or detergent with the fingertips without wringing and rubbing. Rinse cold. Spin or wring gently at the lowest speed in the machine. Place on a towel to dry and iron at maximum wool temperature after drying.
More information about our cashmere can be found here.
Our garments are made from the wool of camels and Gobi Algari sheep and come from the flocks of nomads in Mongolia. Traditionally, sheep wool is shorn in spring, while the camels shed their fur in late spring, which is then collected, i.e. not shorn. The wool is spun directly in Mongolia and is processed further. The wool of both animals has special thermal properties.
Like leather and cashmere, camel and sheep’s wool are natural products that are durable and easy to care for. Wool typically has self-cleaning properties. It is often sufficient to hang a wool sweater or other wool product in the fresh air for some time.
Ventilate your garment as often as possible. You can ventilate it overnight and outdoors. This regenerates the wool in the humid air.
Please note when washing:
Wash the sweater turned inside out in a laundry bag and wash on cold in the wool program. Please use very little wool detergent and do not use a fabric softener. Please set the machine at the lowest speed. Another possibility that would be better for the product would be to wash it by hand in cold water using a shampoo or wool detergent. Please carefully add the shampoo and/or detergent using your fingertips and avoid wringing and rubbing. Rinse cold. Spin or wring gently at the lowest speed in the machine. Place on a towel to dry and iron at maximum wool temperature after drying.
More information about our wool materials can be found here.