The hot and humid climate in Vietnam is the main reason why many leather bag products quickly “degrade” and reduce their lifespan. However, there are still a few tips to keep your favorite leather bag fresh.
Magic spells make your leather bag always new
Leather bags are not only a fashion accessory, they are a legitimate investment, a spiritual gift, and a woman’s “pet”. A leather bag will retain its value, and even bring profit to the owner if maintained properly. Owning a leather handbag also means accepting the difficulty of cleaning them. However, instead of going to the “spa” monthly or quarterly, regular cleaning not only helps maintain the beauty of the skin but can also prevent unnecessary damage, as well as save a considerable amount of money. tell it.
Before we get into the specifics of how to clean a leather handbag, it’s important to understand that not all leather is created equal. Different types of leather require different cleaning methods and materials. Here are some common skin types and cleaning needs commonly found in countries with tropical climates like Vietnam:
Full-grain leather: This is the highest quality leather available and is made from the top layer of rawhide. Full-grain leather is durable and stain-resistant, but it can still be damaged by water or other liquids. To clean full-grain leather, experts recommend using a mild soap and water solution and a soft cloth. Top-grain leather: This is the second highest quality leather and is made from a second layer of leather.
Top-grain leather is more affordable than full-grain leather but still ensures aesthetics. To clean top-grain leather, use a leather cleaner specifically formulated for this material. Suede: This leather has a soft, rough texture that is prone to staining and water damage. To clean suede, use a specialized brush to remove dirt and stains, then apply a suede protector to prevent future damage.
For leather products, mold often grows very quickly on leather bags if left for a long time in a dark, humid, and poorly ventilated room. When mold spores appear, their roots penetrate the porous surface and cause corrosion. It causes discoloration that can even damage the texture of the skin. Constant temperature changes also cause the skin to expand and contract, causing dryness and cracking. If this phenomenon continues, it will be very difficult to repair and the leather bags will have to bring complicated restoration services with more expensive costs.
Currently, around the world, leather goods brands report growth as customers flock to bring their luxury bags to refurbishment services. These bags are mostly moldy, cracked, and discolored and many of them are from big brands like Chanel, Gucci, or Hermès. Because “brand followers” often do not spare money to keep the life of their favorite items. Therefore, throwing away an item that has been purchased for hundreds of millions of dong just because of a scratch is a waste. That’s why “branded spa” services appear more and more with different services.
As every spell requires a spell to perform, here are some of the tools needed to return the old leather bag to its original state:
Soft cloth: Use a soft, lint-free cloth to gently clean and polish the leather. Leather cleaner: Use a leather cleaner specially formulated for the type of leather your bag is made from.Skin conditioner: Use skin conditioner to keep skin soft and durable Fine-Bristled Brush: Use a small, soft-bristled brush to gently remove dirt and stains from your skin without damaging it.
Keeping your leather handbags clean and well-maintained is essential to maintaining their beauty and extending their lifespan. By understanding different leather types and different cleaning needs, using the right cleaning tools and materials, and avoiding common mistakes, you can keep your leather handbag in good shape. looks new.
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