Cleaning proccess

Before and after each wash, run an empty cycle to remove any detergent residue from the drum. Use a very small amount of mild liquid detergent and pour it into the machine's detergent drawer (not directly into the drum).

Wash your item alone, inside out, on the delicate program, short cycle. Temperature: Cold or a maximum of 30°C (check the temperature on the label).

At the end of the cycle, immediately remove your garment from the machine drum. Then lay it flat on a towel.

Iron on reverse side with steam (a little) to smooth cotton fabric. Right-side up, with a soft iron and no steam, if you wish to add luster and shine to dipped lambskin garments only.

Leather treatment

To nourish lambskin garments and give them even more shine, apply our wax following the instructions.

WARNING: never use wax on velvet lambskin.

Finally, if you're using our wax, make sure it has completely dried before ironing or wearing your garment.


With washes and depending on its base color, your garment will fade more or less.

Fading is more pronounced on brightly colored and pigmented shades, lighter on dark or very light colors.

Over time and with washes, leather develops a patina.

If you want to preserve the shine of your lambskin leather and its uniformity, or if your item is not machine washable (read the instructions on the label), entrust its cleaning to a leather specialist.


In case of grease stains, never try to wash your garment with water. Apply French chalk (100% natural clay) on your garment laid flat.

Let it sit overnight. If the stain has not been completely absorbed the next day, repeat the process until the maximum amount of grease has been absorbed.

In case of wine stains, blot with colorless absorbent paper until you have absorbed as much wine as possible, then wash in the machine (final result depends on the tannin content of the wine).

In case of ink or marker stains, gently erase the stained surface.


In case of color streaks or white marks after washing, rewash your garment without detergent. Note that if these marks are due to bleach residues in your drum or if you used too much detergent during washing, these white marks may not disappear.

Leathers in vibrant and highly pigmented colors tend to bleed. As a precaution, avoid contact between your leather item and any light-colored fabric.


Do not use powdered, capsule, or tablet detergent (only use liquid detergent).

Never let your leather item soak in the washing machine drum; remove it immediately at the end of the cycle.

Avoid hanging your wet garment during the drying process to prevent deformation.

Never use bleach or allow your leather item to come into even minimal contact with bleach, whether during washing or drying.

Do not expose your leather item to prolonged sunlight.

Do not hand wash your STOULS.

Do not let it soak.


STOULS is not responsible in case of damages resulting from improper treatment of the leather.