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How to Care or Protect your Luggage Bags?
Issue Time:2016-07-27

Luggage is often used in our daily life. Everyone have at least one or two bags. But do you know how to care your luggage bags? Let's see below tips. Hope it be of help for you.

Textile Luggage

Daily Care

  • Remove dust with a soft brush.
  • If it becomes wet, allow it to dry at room temperature.
Cleaning Tips
  • To clean oil stains, soak a dry towel in mild detergent, wring the towel dry then wipe and remove the stains.
  • Do not use solvent alcohol, thinner or benzene.
  • Do not soak in water
  • Excessive friction may cause fuzz or lint.
PU Luggage

Daily Care

  • Wipe with a dry and soft cloth.
  • If it becomes wet, allow it to dry at room temperature.
Cleaning Tips
  • To clean oil stains, soak a dry towel in mild detergent, wring the towel dry then wipe and remove the stains.
  • Do not use solvent alcohol, thinner or benzene.
  • Do not soak in water
  • Exfoliation and deterioration may happen depending on the usage and ageing.
Leather Luggage

Daily Care

  • Wipe with a dry and soft cloth.
  • If it becomes wet, allow it to dry at room temperature.
Cleaning Tips
  • Use a leather cleaning product. Test it on a small surface to ensure it will not alter the colour of the leather.
  • Do not use solvent alcohol, thinner or benzene.
  • Do not soak in water
  • Avoid getting the product wet. Excessive friction may cause colour deterioration.
  • Color deterioration may happen depending on the usage and ageing.
Storage
  • Store in a cool and dry place.
  • For long time storage, keep the product empty.
  • Refrain from leaving the product in a car for extended period of time as a temperature may rise and damage the product.
  • Avoid long exposure of direct sunlight or electric light as colour deterioration may happen.
Warning
  • Do not step or sit on the luggage.
  • Avoid using wheeled products on stairs or uneven surface.
  • When zipping and unzipping, be careful with fingers or other objects to ensure not to get caught in zipper.
  • Avoid keeping heavy objects or excessive stuffing.
  • Do not put the product close to fire.
  • Be careful when storing fragile items.
  • Do not attach adhesive tapes or stickers.
  • Be careful with sharp objects that may damage the product.


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