Similar to our shoes, we recommend cleaning your Leather Stool with a soft brush or cloth and air drying. To keep the leather in good condition, we like Chamberlain's Leather Milk because it's natural and doesn't darken the leather.

If the seat of the Leather Stool gets wet, Do Not sit on it or put heavy weight on it, as the leather will drastically stretch and won't return to its regular rigidity. So make sure to fully dab dry or air dry before sitting and especially before storing in a dry place.