Do not give leather, faux leather and suede garments to your daily dry cleaner rather seek service of professional leather/suede cleaner.
Fill a sink with cold water. Add a tablespoon of delicate soap. Place your item into the water and gently swirl it around for a few minutes. Drain and refill the sink with clean, cold water. Rinse your garment by swishing it around once more, and then gently press it to remove excess water. Be careful to not wring or twist, as this can distort its shape. Reshape the garment on a dry towel. Roll up the towel, pressing as you go, to help extract the water still left in the garment. Finally, reshape the garment, and lay it flat on a drying rack or on a fresh towel to air dry.
We would urge you to not use bleach or softeners as they may harm the garment.
A lot of fabrics can be steamed or ironed on a low setting, but we recommend you test a small area first. Use a dry iron on low for anything structured like a blazer or jacket--do not steam as it may affect the shape. If a fabric is shiny or has embellishments, do not iron.