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How to clean your coach bags?

Written By: Coach Outlet

A women ask me “I have white color coach fabric handbag…it now has grass stains and dirt all over it. I tried to wash it with a toothbrush, soap and water and it’s still there! What should I do? Should I take it to the dry cleaners? Should I put Spray and Wash on it?” in Youtube.com and Ask.com.You can see her anxiety.We make our products with various types of fabrics and leathers. The smooth leather can be cleaned with our Coach Cleaner and Moisturizer Set. The signature jacquard fabric can be cleaned with our Coach Signature Fabric Cleaner. We do not suggest the cleaners or moisturizer be used on ink, grease or oil stains. We offer a brush and eraser to clean our Nubuc products.Now we can give you some advice.

I. How to Clean a Fabric Coach Purse at Home?

1. Opt for Coach’s recommended method to clean their fabric purses and keep the guarantee of your product intact. The Coach Outlet sells a cleaner called Signature C Fabric Cleaner at its retail locations and online (see Coach). Using the coach factory’s official product will net the best results when you are cleaning fabric purses (as well as shoes). If you need to file a claim on the warranty of your authentic Coach purse and have tried other methods of cleaning, the company may not honor your request.

2. Spot-clean the fabric of your coach purse with plain water and a clean sponge if you are not concerned about the warranty of your product. Dab at the soiled area without scrubbing, to avoid damaging the texture of the material. When you notice a new stain, apply the wipes to the stain, or moisten the piece of cloth and do the same.Add a drop of dish detergent to clean grease stains.

3. Stash some individually wrapped laundry pre-treatment wipes or a small package of baby wipes in your Coach handbag. When you notice dirt or other stains, gently work on the stain with a wipe. Be sure to test for colorfastness on a hidden area of your purse before cleaning the entire bag. Keep a package of baby wipes or a small piece of cloth in your purse.

4. Allow your Coach bag to air-dry after you have removed the stain.

II. How to Clean a Leather Coach Handbag at Home?

If you’re looking for leather care, go to How to Clean Coach Handbags, : Leather. To remove surface dirt, lightly wipe clean with a damp cloth and mild soap. To add luster, lightly apply shoe cream with a soft cloth and gently brush leather surface. Excessive rubbing or polishing will damage metallic surface. Metallic leathers are volatile to scuffs and abrasion during wear.

To remove dirt and condition after cleaning, apply evenly with a clean, soft cloth using circular strokes. Wipe off residue and buff gently to produce a natural luster. We recommend using Coach Leather Cleaner before moisturizing.To be used on the following collections:

Soho Buck Leather
Soho Vintage Leather
Soho Retro Treated Leather
Legacy Buck Leather
Hamptons Buck Leather
Polished Calf Leather
English Bridle Leather

Brush gently with a soft suede brush to remove stains or marks. For stubborn stains, use a suede eraser first, then brush gently with a suede brush. These directions are applicable for the following fabrications:

Nubuc
Suede
Kid Suede.

III.The best way to wash the coach bags.

It is best to use distilled water because tap water may contain chlorine and other contaminants which can damage the surface of the leather. ay particular attention to the areas of the coach bag you most often touch, such as the handle and clasp, as those sections are the most likely to be saturated by body oils. It’s also a good idea to condition your coach bag periodically with a moisturizer specifically tailored to leather coach purses.

1 Apply a small amount of Coach Leather Cleaner to a soft, clean cloth. You want to use this product sparingly.

2 Rub the cleaner into the leather coach purse by using small, circular strokes, according to the Coach handbags website. You need to clean only the soiled areas and pay close attention to leather sections that are particularly dirty, such as the bottom of the coach bag and the coach purse handles.

3 Wipe off any remaining residue and allow the leather purse to dry for at least half an hour.

4 Apply the Coach Leather Moisturizer liberally with a clean, soft cloth making sure to rub it into all leather surfaces on the purse. Moisturizing your leather purse will restore its luster and shine.

5 Wipe off any excess moisturizer and allow it to dry before using the coach purse.

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