Warranty

  • Warranty information

    In case of defect (including wrong and short delivery) the legal regulations apply, as far as nothing else is stipulated hereinafter. The special legal stipulations regarding the final delivery to a consumer remain unaffected in each case.

    Basis for our liability for defects is in particular our agreed upon condition of the product. As agreement on the condition of the product all product descriptions are regarded, which are part of each contract. As far as a condition is not agreed upon, the legal regulations apply in order to assess, whether a defect is at hand.


    If during the examination of the product or at a later stage a defect appears, you are obliged to inform us immediately in writing, whereas, to meet the deadline, timely mailing shall suffice. Irrespective of this inspection and notification obligation, you are obliged to inform us about apparent defects (including wrong and short delivery) immediately in writing, whereas, to meet the deadline, timely mailing shall suffice, too.

    If the product is faulty, we are entitled to chose, whether we perform supplementary performance by removal of defects (subsequent improvement) or by delivery of a product free from defects (replacement delivery).


    Replacement goods cannot be sent until we have received the returned goods, we will reimburse all your normal carriage costs in so doing. If you require help on any aspect of our returns policy please contact us on info@tattinirding.com.

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  • Caring instructions

    Leather can be virtually indestructible if treated properly. With a little bit of care and attention, your new leather will last well into vintage age and your vintage leather will continue to have a long happy life.
    The most important things to remember about leather is not to get it soiled, soaked, or let it dry out. Despite the fact that all of these things can be rectified to some extent, it is helpful to not let leather get into such a condition in the first place. Proper storage, cleaning, and conditioning will keep leather looking as good as new no matter how old it is.

    Storing leather properly when it is not being used is the most important thing you can do to keep it in its best condition. When leather is stored it should not be in extreme hot or cold, or in excessive dryness or humidity.

    Treat or remove any stains on the leather before cleaning it. Use warm leather soapy water. Rub the leather with a soft cloth to produce a lather in any area you want to clean. Wipe away excess lather with a clean cloth. Rinse leather thoroughly either by running through warm water or wiping several times with a damp cloth. Pat leather dry with a clean towel to remove excess water and to make it more shiny. Allow leather to dry flat in a warm place out of direct sunlight and away from a strong heat source (fire, heater, stove, etc.)

    Than use leather oil or grease with a a lint free soft cloth when conditioning leather, microfiber cloths are ideal. Never apply contitioner (oil or grease) directly to the leather, apply to cloth first.

    Never use grease or oil on the suede parts, use only heavy brushes or sandpapers on them.

    Use always only the recommended care products specifically designed for this use, such as the care products that offers Tattini. Other materials and chemicals can damage the skin, sewing and painting.

    In case of complaint, you can validate the warranty just for properly cared items.

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  • Washing instructions

    Washing questrian equipments and cltohing: Cotton / linen breeches, shirts, jackets, coats, saddle clothes, horse rugs, etc, washable leather products (chaps, gloves, etc.), can be washed on 30 ° C, in water, but always read the textile guide sewn in the products.
    Please, follow the washing/cleaning instructions of the labels sewn, especially respect on the especially the temperature of washing, the washpowder and the aftercare.

    The right choice of the clothing's size can greatly affect the material's and sewing's life length.

    Do not expose to direct heat or blazing sun!

    Washing sheepskin equipments: Always use shampoo or detergent recommended for sheepskin or wool. Only these can provide effective care and cleaning.
    Follow the instructions for washing sheepskin prdoucts: in cold water, laid down, shape adapted drying.

    In case of complaint, you can validate the warranty just for properly cared items.

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