Bags have become an indispensable part of modern people’s lives, but how to use them correctly and maintain them well to keep their favorite treasures as clean as new has become a problem for everyone. In fact, the most important thing in maintenance is “useful cherishment.” Usually, you should be careful not to be scratched or rained when you use handbags. These are the most basic common sense issues for handbag maintenance.
First: The leather has strong absorbency, so you should pay attention to anti-fouling, especially high-grade frosted leather. If there are stains on the leather, wipe it with a clean damp sponge and a mild detergent, and then let it dry naturally. You can try it out in an inconspicuous corner before formal use. If you spill beverages on the leather, you should immediately use a clean cloth or sponge to absorb it, and wipe it with a damp cloth to let it dry naturally. Do not use a hair dryer to dry it.
Second: The place where leather products are stored must be well ventilated. For example, a cabinet with shutter doors is best, and at the same time, don’t put too many items in the cabinet to avoid squeezing the leather bag. If the leather is accidentally exposed to rain, the water droplets must be wiped dry and then placed in a ventilated and cool place to air dry. Do not use fire to dry or explode in the sun.
Third: The natural oils in the leather itself will gradually decrease over time or use too many times, so even very advanced leather goods need regular maintenance.
Fourth: If the suede products are contaminated, they can be wiped off directly with an eraser, and the soft brush can be used to smooth the hair along the direction of the hair quality during maintenance. The surface of high-quality leather goods is unavoidable to have slight scars, which can be diminished by the heat and grease of the hands
Fifth: For suede leather, you must use a soft animal hair brush to remove surface dust and dirt. If the pollution is serious, try to use an eraser to gently push the dirt evenly in all directions.