These are decorative, hair-on goatskins from Spain. The goatskins come in assorted colors, patterns, and shapes.>
The goatskins we offer are a by-product of the food industry. These skins are not subject to USFWS export controls or to CITES. They are NOT endangered.
To remove any dirt, brush along the nap (in the direction of the hair, not backwards) using a bristle comb or horse brush. To clean spills or extra dirty areas, use a very small amount of shampoo on a damp sponge. Sponge along the nap repeatedly. Rinse the sponge to remove the shampoo and dirt and repeat until the hide is cleaned. Dry using a towel running along the nap. Never put a goatskin in the washing machine or get it thoroughly soaked.
We also offer a lanolin-based cleaner called Eucalan.