Treatment of nubuck leather
Nubuck is a type of leather which has been sanded or gruffed on the grain side. This gives the leather a velvety look. It looks a little bit like suède but is a lot sturdier, henceforth it is often used for boots and shoes. Nubuck leather has open pores and is thus extra sensitive to grease, dirt and wet conditions. Water and other fluids spilled on the surface should be dapped with a cloth instantly, never rub as this will just make it worse.
- Use a soft brush or cloth to remove any dirt from nubuck leather, don't rub!
- Use a conditioning spray designed for suède or nubuck to clean nubuck leather and nothing else.