Luggage is an essential item for us to travel or go on business, so do you know how to clean the luggage if it is dirty?
1. Cleaning of fabric suitcases
Cloth luggage is easy to collect dust during travel, so it is unavoidable to use a vacuum cleaner and other tools to remove dust regularly, but it is not allowed to use the brush head close to the cloth surface to prevent the stolen goods from being left on the cloth surface. If there are dirty spots on the fabric, you can first wash the towel with clean water with detergents and twist it until it is slightly wet, wipe the dirty spots, and repeat several times until it is clean. Then wash the towel with clean water and wring it until it is semi-dry, then let it dry naturally.
2). Oil stains
If the suitcase made of cloth has oil stains, you can use detergent to brush the oil stains directly when cleaning. If the fabric is not black, red and other dark colors, it can be lightly brushed with washing powder. If the suitcase is pure white fabric, you can use thinner bleach to brush the oil stain directly with a toothbrush to remove it.
If your fabric suitcase has mold, you can soak it in warm soapy water at 40 degrees Celsius for 10 minutes before proceeding with the usual treatment. For a suitcase made of pure white fabric, you can soak it in soapy water, then place the moldy area in the sun for 10 minutes before proceeding with the usual treatment.
2. Cleaning of leather luggage
1). Stain spots
Use a clean sponge with a mild soapy solution to wipe off the dirt, then wipe off with clean water and allow the leather to air dry. If the stain is stubborn, a detergent solution may be used, but it must be wiped carefully to avoid damaging the leather surface of the suitcase.
2) High temperature/sun
Try not to let leather products come into contact with the sun or near any heaters, otherwise, the leather will become drier and drier, and the elasticity and softness of the leather will gradually disappear.
Use a clean rag to wipe off the oil on the surface, and let the remaining oil stains slowly penetrate into the leather. Never wipe the oil stains on the leather suitcase with water.
3. Cleaning of ABS/PP suitcases
New stains can be washed with cold water, soaked in warm soapy water for a while, and then rinsed with water. Old stains can be washed with detergent first, and then wiped with 10% alcohol solution to remove.
2). Chewing gum stains
For chewing gum stains on clothing, walls or other items, soak a cotton or cloth towel in white vinegar, and then use it to scrub the stains.