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Dec 06, 2019 02:03 am    

The tote bag can be reused and its large capacity,  It can be said that it is a necessary item to go out shopping.

Some young people who like personality also choose custom tote bags, and print personalized patterns and text on the tote bags,but how to clean the tote bags when they are dirty?

 

 

 

 

How to wash custom canvas bags? What to pay attention to when cleaning custom canvas bags?

 

 

Custom tote bag-first wash

When custom tote bags are bought back, they must be specially treated for the first wash. First, put a tote bag in the saltwater, and then soak the tote bag in the water for half of an hour. The effect of this treatment is to reasonably prevent the tote bag from fading.

 

Custom tote bags-temperature requirements

When washing tote bags, the temperature of the water should not be too high. If the temperature is too high, the tote bag will soften like a towel, causing slight deformation or looseness of the appearance. It is best to control the water temperature below 30 degrees.

 

How to wash custom canvas bags? What to pay attention to when cleaning custom canvas bags?

 

 

Custom tote bags-wash separately

Because it is convenient to put in the washing machine and wash with other clothes, the custom tote bag is made of canvas, so it is very easy to absorb the color. If other clothes fade, it will affect the color of the canvas bag itself.

 

 

 

Custom tote Bags-Gentle Detergent

Custom tote bag usually has mild discoloration problems, so special care should be taken when washing without using a bleaching or fluorescent cleaning solution.

 

How to wash custom canvas bags? What to pay attention to when cleaning custom canvas bags?

 

 

Custom tote bag-cool and dry

The custom tote bag must not be exposed to the sun, so the moisture will leave marks after rapid evaporation and cause yellowing, so it is best to dry it in a cool place after washing with water.


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