The new iPhone cases — in particular for the colorful iPhone 5C — are almost taken as a part of the smartphone’s design appeal. The official one’s from Apple fit neatly so that you still see the border-line of the mobile underneath, and there is also holes in it for styling.

It’s often said that the iPhone 5C needs to be touched in person to get a real appreciation of just how good quality it is, because from behind a computer or tablet screen, it just looks like normal glossy plastic. Once you do touch it, however, it won’t take long for you to see what I mean, and the same thing can be said about the real cases too. They are fine quality, and if you flip it around and take a look at the inside, it is made of a really nice leather material.

One issue that people are facing from owning a vibrant and color-filled device instead of the standard black and silver is that they are noticing how dirty they soon become after owning them for a little while. With looks being a big part of the iPhone 5C’s appeal, it important to know how to manage that properly without wrecking the case. Here is what Apple have instructed you do:

“To clean your iPhone 5c case, remove your iPhone from the case. Use a soft, slightly damp, lint-free cloth to wipe the outside and the inside of the iPhone 5c case. Don’t use window cleaners, household cleaners, aerosol sprays, solvents, alcohol, ammonia, or abrasives to clean the iPhone 5c case.

Keep your iPhone 5s case away from prolonged intense sunlight, heat, and humidity. Exposure to water, oil, makeup, and dyed materials (such as denim) can stain tanned leathers.”