How To Care For Your Moroccan Pouf | Moroccan Pouf Cleaning Tips!

Leather resists stains, so a clean, dry cloth or slightly damp cloth will take care of most spots and spills. Keep use of water to a minimum, and avoid soaps, polishes and cleaning products. This leather is a natural material - minor flaws and imperfections are characteristic of these materials and methods, and only add to the uniqueness of each one.

Don’t worry if your new leather ottoman has a strong smell, it is due to the natural, harmless, tanning process, as no chemicals have been used to seal in the dye, what you smell are the raw ingredients.

Please be assured that the scent will fade quickly once the ottoman has had a chance to air out.