Ways to Clean Your Handbags


As the weather will turn chilly and coat works more like a shield, the spotlight is mainly on the bag you carry. The kind of bag you carry can tell the world a lot about your personality, whether you’re a utilitarian spirit or a sophisticated one. Hence, vital factors that are considered before buying a purse are size, design, color, and price. Women really invest a good amount of time and money to shop a carryall, therefore, it’s important to take care of the bag properly so that it has a long life. To keep your tote new as ever, periodic cleaning is a must. Cleaning handbags do not take much time and will leave your bag revived.

Simply, empty your clutch and gently shake it to get rid of dust. You can use a lint roller or a dry hand towel to clean the interior of the handbag. If the inside fabric has become a tad sticky, use a wet tissue to wipe off. You can also use wet tissues to clean the exterior of the purse whether it is a tote, clutch purse, hobo or any other kind.

Don’t fret, if your favorite bag gets ink stains, just rub the stained area with a cotton swab dipped in rubbing alcohol, until the stain vanishes and leave it to dry. Don’t put handbags under the direct sunlight, it might fade the color of the carryall.

If purses are maintained properly, it will surely, retain its timeless charm and shine. So, regardless of how many handbags you shop, just keep it clean and it will run for a long time.


2 Comments Add yours

  1. My newest bag depicts a rather drunk looking colourful owl. Not sure what that says about me 🙂

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    1. Aria says:

      Maybe you love to experiment in fashion, which is awesome! At least, handbags don’t need to be mundane. Don’t you agree? 🙂


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