Are you proud of your leather jacket? It’s a fashionable element of every woman’s wardrobe - if you want to keep green you can pick faux leather. On the other hand, leather is natural, environmentally friendly and will decompose eventually… and true leather seems to be more durable. So it’s your choice - and all I can do is to give you some advice on how to care about your leather jacket properly so it will be durable for years. You might use the same advice for your ladies shorts wholesale if they're made out of leather.
There are many chemicals that offer your jacket more resistance to water damage, but before buying them consider it carefully. I propose you should conserve the jacket with a silicone-based product because it will preserve the appearance and shine. Grease or wax-based products might be more protective but they will cause the jacket to smell worse, and can discolor it! Check the label on your spray to learn how long the water resistance will last - usually, it’s a couple of weeks and months.
Apart from the water-resistance sprays you can use leather conditioner - it restores oil to the leather, provides excessive dryness and cracking, but be careful not to clog the pores. Only apply leather conditioner when the jacket feels dry or stiff. The product must be matched to the type of leather - if you have a suede jacket, use the suede conditioners only. Never use products that contain mineral oil or petroleum, ideally, you should use animal oils.
You can also invest in smooth leather polish for that jacket if you want to bring out that extra shine. It can, however, discolor or clog the surface. Test it under the armpit or at the back of the collar first. And of course, suede or similar textures should never be polished. Don't buff your ladies shorts wholesale, either.
Never machine-dry leather. It should release moisture on your own. If it gets dry, hang it indoors on a hanger, keeping it away from direct heat sources like radiators or other heaters. You can iron it - but keep the iron on the lowest setting and iron the jacket under a cloth.