You just bought an iPad leather case and you can’t stop marvelling at its exquisite look. However, a couple of months down the road, and your leather casing is starting to make your iPad look bleak. This is especially true for brown and tan leather cases.
While leather cases for iPads have become reasonably affordable, there is no reason why you shouldn’t extend the life of your current one. Even if you don’t intend to use it for long, these maintenance and upkeep tips will help you ensure your iPad looks and feels great all time, even outdoors!
Always Start with Protection
You’re going to need to shield the leather from water, dirt, dust, and other particles, especially if you go outdoors regularly with your iPad. Start by applying a leather stain protector, which you can buy online or from a local shop within £5.
Test the protector first on a small area, ideally on the inner side of the case, to see if it causes any discoloration. If it’s good to go, then apply it evenly across the outer surface, let it sit for a few minutes, and then wipe it off.
Most iPad leather cases are not waterproof, so you will have to consider wax cream to protect the casing as well as the iPad from potential water damage. There are water and stain resistant protectors available as well, which can prove to an economical accessory in the long run.
Clean Smart, Not Often
While mobile and tablet leather cases can withstand considerable wear and tear (depending on quality), its polish, overall look, and smooth feel still does get impacted. You may not notice this happening but after cleaning up your iPad case you will see a big difference.
The key to cleaning your iPad case is not to do it as frequently as you would maintain other leather items. You can use laundry detergent and to wipe off dirt and stains before applying all-purpose conditioner to soften the fabric.
Remember to wipe the leather case using only the type of made for it. Using a stronger cleaner may actually cause discoloration and fabric damage. Gently rub the cleaning solution over the outer surface, and when conditioning, use a soft cloth to rub the conditioner over.
Aim for Quality Leather Cases
The iPad is much more than an average accessory; it’s your mini-computer and quick escape to the digital realm on the go. Likewise, it deserves a leather case that is not just stylish and elegant, but also long lasting with fairly low maintenance required to keep in top shape. This saves you from the trouble of regularly changing the case every month as the previous one wears out or just doesn’t feel right.
So in the long term, buying good quality leather case for iPad, which is typically available between £30 to £50, can actually help you save. Otherwise, you would be spending in excess of £10 every month to buy a new case every time your old one succumbs to wear and tear.
Let Case Made help you find some sleek and sophisticated leather cases for iPad that are not just durable, but reasonably priced as well. Our range is built for long term use and is just what you need to keep your iPad safe, secure, and stylish. Visit our shop today and find an iPad case that suits you!