Frequently Asked Questions

Question 1: How to distinguish between real and fake crocodile leather?


Identifying real crocodile leather is extremely simple, you just need to drop a small amount of water on the surface of the crocodile skin and wait for a few minutes.

If the water droplet seeps into the skin, then it is real leather, and conversely, if the water droplet does not penetrate the surface of the skin and rolls off, then it is fake crocodile leather.

Smell: Real leather will have a strong, earthy smell, or the salty smell of crocodile skin. Conversely, if you smell a scent similar to synthetic plastic, then it is fake leather.

Question 2: How to preserve crocodile leather?


  • Never leave crocodile leather products on the ground because the soil moisture will quickly damage the leather and the humidity will cause mold on the surface.
  • Avoid using crocodile leather products on rainy days or when your hands are sweaty. These substances will stiffen the wallet, quickly causing it to deteriorate and fray.
  • In case the product gets wet, let it dry naturally. Also, keep them away from external sources of heat.
  • Softening and polishing the leather regularly (Note: Use a suitable color polish to avoid damaging the natural leather color).
  • Avoid using animal fat-based products on leather, as they can cause damage and unpleasant odors. Also, do not use moisturizers containing wax or silicone, as they will clog the leather.
  • Do not overload the bag or wallet with too many items. This will deform the crocodile leather over time.
  • When not in use, store crocodile leather products in a cool, dry box to minimize external impacts.
  • When buying new crocodile leather products, apply a layer of specialized leather conditioner for maintenance.

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Question 3: Can crocodile leather products manufactured by the company be exported abroad?

Answer: The company is certified by CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) and is licensed to export crocodile products (since 2002).