Leather Care

Stingray Leather  
When it comes to exotic leathers, few are as unique and striking as the stingray skin. In addition to being beautiful, stingray leather is also incredibly resilient, able to resist abrasions, punctures, and high temperatures that would compromise other leather products.
The majority of leathers are composed of fibers running parallel to each other. Stingray leather consists of fibers crossing in all directions. This as well as the hard tiny pearls gives stingray an amazing water and fire resistance. When properly taken care of it will last a lifetime.
 Stingray leather is relatively easy to maintain , Good stingray leather care involves lightly cleaning your stingray leather every few days, or after it’s been exposed to considerable amounts of dirt. To clean it, use a soft, barely dampened cloth and wipe the leather gently across its surface. 
Snakeskin Leather
Some of the most beautiful natural patterns of all exotic leathers can be found on snake skins therefore it’s important to keep them in prime condition. Snakeskin is a fragile leather and requires special care to maintain it looking new.
Exotic leathers like python/cobra needs special care. Extended heat exposure and cold will result in the skin to dry out and the scales will lift. Good snakeskin leather care involves  using a soft dry cloth to remove dirt, wiping in the direction of the scales of the leather and avoiding extended heat or cold exposure.
Wrist measurement


Wrap the measuring tape around the wrist on which you plan to wear your Caerusgallery bracelet. Make a note of the number at the point where the tape meets the 0.