How to care for leather belts?
For proper care, clean the leather with a wet baby wipe (or a clean cotton cloth and a small amount of hand cream). Condition the leather once in 3 months. Please note that leather is a natural, porous product. Keep the belt away from direct sunlight and heat sources, which can cause the leather to fade or dry out. The contact with water may cause leather dye transfer. If the leather becomes saturated, allow it to air-dry naturally, and do not use heat to speed the drying process. Read more on the care of leather goods and leather care products. The buckle and other metal parts can be polished using a soft cloth.