Leather care is of the utmost important to the long-term health of your leather. Leather is a material from nature that loses its natural properties over time for a variety of reasons. Everyday your leather may come in contact with dust, oil from skin, contamination, extreme heat, moisture and so much more. The oils in leather allow the leather to expand and contract while looking new. When these essential oils dissipate over time they need to be replaced by conditioners. If these oils are not replaced the leather will become hard and crack over time. The leather should first be cleaned so no contaminates clog the pores and prevent the conditioners from conditioning the leather.