cleaning a fabric Guess Quattro G satchel

Irissy

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Oh, speaking of cleaning a bag... my Burberry barrel bag is kinda sticky and nasty from being rained on, sweated on, with sunblock stain plus insect repellant. I know this sounds nasty but I took this bag to Asia with me for a month and this is what happens to it. =( I heard there are special handbag dry-cleaning stores we can go to? Or does anyone have any tip on how to clean my bag too? Thank you. =)
 

BiBi

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Irissy said:
Oh, speaking of cleaning a bag... my Burberry barrel bag is kinda sticky and nasty from being rained on, sweated on, with sunblock stain plus insect repellant. I know this sounds nasty but I took this bag to Asia with me for a month and this is what happens to it. =( I heard there are special handbag dry-cleaning stores we can go to? Or does anyone have any tip on how to clean my bag too? Thank you. =)
Is your like this? bag.jpg

I usually use a very soft tooth brush with water to clean it.

Hope this help.
 

lavostrodea

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will mild soap and water be effective for all kinds of satchel bags? mine isn't made of real leather. the stain in it is caused by sweat

thanks! :smile:
 

toadnurse

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Hi, I'm new here, and new to purses. :P But I have a Guess handbag thats half fabric and half croc style pleather? I am afraid to wash it, but have no idea how to clean it. No stains or smells, just the grungy oils from usage and whatnot. Any suggestions, or do I just take it to a dry cleaner? Never done this before. My old cheap bags just get thrown out at this point, but are usually tore up by now too. Help? Thanks
 

indiaink

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Try just throwing it in the washer on delicate setting with a little Woolite. Can't hurt, and could probably help! Don't put it in the dryer, though - :biggrin:
 

LoveM&S

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Try just throwing it in the washer on delicate setting with a little Woolite. Can't hurt, and could probably help! Don't put it in the dryer, though - :biggrin:
I second, indiaink. When I need to clean nylon and not real leather bags, I just toss them in the washer. It works great!
 
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