About white powder
Since this leather is very oily, the oil component that seeps out of the pores may turn into white powder depending on the temperature, humidity, and ventilation conditions.
This is the same phenomenon as the bloom of bridle leather, and it is not a defect of the product.
It is especially noticeable in winter and when the temperature is low, and it may look like mold at first glance, but it can be easily wiped off with a soft cloth. (Parts that are difficult to remove, such as stitches, disappear when warmed)
These symptoms are one of the good properties of oily leather. Thank you for your understanding.