How to Care for Your Leather Scorecard Holder and Yardage Book Cover!

Posted on March 29 2018

Congratulations! You are now the proud owner of one of the coolest accessories any golfer can have.  Your Brickley Golf Scorecard Holder has been meticulously handcrafted to last a lifetime and just like any other prized possession you want to know how to keep pristine.  Even better, if done right, leather will patina and only get better with age. So, how do you care for Brickley Golf products?


CONDITION IT

You have the option to condition your own leather. Our product is conditioned when crafted, however, proper conditioning of your leather is recommended and is one of the best way to ensure your product will retain the quality appearance and durability. Over time, leather may lose its moisture and become hard and inflexible. Conditioning your product will help maintain the flexibility of your leather for your scorecard holder and/or yardage book cover.  We recommend Smith’s Leather Balm.  Check them out!


DRY IT

If you are playing a round of golf in the rain, it is important that you dry your scorecard holder or yardage book cover properly. This entails a natural, slow process. Our recommendation to you, is to lay it out, in room temperature, and let the drying take place naturally and slowly. If you insist on a fast-drying process for your leather, you will damage the chemical structure of the leather. It is also very important, that if you spill any liquid on your leather, to wipe it up immediately.


CLEAN IT

Clean your leather as you desire. This should be done with a soft cloth or micro-fiber cloth. To remove dirt from the exterior of leather we recommend Fiebing's Saddle Soap. This leather cleaner is to be used in moderation by placing a dime size amount on a damp cloth and applying to your scorecard holder or yardage book cover.


There you go!  Proper care will keep your yardage book cover and scorecard holders looking solid year after year, round after round.  Which means you will be looking good, and if you look good, you feel good, you play good.

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