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1. Avoid putting your bag on the floor
Sometimes we put our bags on the floor in public places like restaurants, but those floors are often full of dirt, germs, and anything else that is spilled on the floor. This can not only carry germs from your bag to any surface the bottom of your bag touches, but it can also stain and leave marks on your bag. For this reason, you should always avoid putting your bag on the floor, especially in public places and instead, place it on a chair or table.
2. Store them properly
To increase the longevity of your bag, you want to be sure that you store it somewhere safe like a shelf, where it will notget trampled. Placing your bag in a reusable dust bag can ensure your bag will stay dust-free. Also, try stuffing your bag with something like bubble wrap or acid-free tissue paper which can help maintain its shape and prevent the leather from creating a crease.
3. Remove stains ASAP
As soon as you spill something like a beverage on your bag, you should blot the stain with a damp cloth and let it dry. Allowing the stain to sit on your bag for too long can result in it spreading and potentially ruining your bag.
4. Use a leather cream
As an owner of a leather bag, you should consider purchasing a leather cleaner and leather conditioner. A leather cleaner will help you keep your bag clean and free of dust, dirt, and stains. A leather conditioner is designed to protect and nourish the leather while keeping it from drying out. Using both a leather cleaner and leather conditioner will keep your bag looking brand new!
5. Always handle your bag with clean hands
Lastly, you should always keep your hands clean when handling your bag. Your hands could have excess dirt,food, or oils that can carry on to your bag when you touch it. Keeping your hands clean also prevents the contamination of the bags’ handles.