Some clothes or accessories made from leather tend to create (dark) stain or spots on clothes, of course especially on clothes having light colors. Some spots can be removed easily, others not.
Examples: Wearing leather shoes or a leather belt with light trousers, using a bag made from leather, wearing gloves and a white shirt, wearing a leather jacket.
Of course, this all depends on the leather used and the type of cloth or accessory, and the color and material of the clothes becoming stain etc. Especially, I noticed that this happens with different kinds of leather, but not with all products made from leather.
There are a number of workarounds such as:
- Don't wear clothes with light colors.
- Don't use shoes, belts, bags etc. made from leather.
- Use the cloth or accessory made from leather 10 years or longer and hope that after such a long time it will have stopped making stain or spots.
But what can be done to stop something made from leather from creating stain or spots?
Trousers (cotton), stain from a leather belt; after washing, without any special treatment to remove the stain:
Piece of cloth, slightly wet (rain!), after rubbing at a leather bag: