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How to take care and where to store my bags?

It may be tempting to tear open the box, throw away the wrapping paper, and throw away the receipt after purchasing a handbag, but it is critical to preserve all of these materials intact if you want the highest resell value. Collectors may overlook rare and collectable handbags with significant condition concerns and missing pieces, making it difficult to sell your prized possession when the time comes. However, maintaining the appearance of your handbags for many years is very straightforward.

where to store my bags
How to take care and where to store my bags?

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After using your handbag, the first thing you should do is empty it of its contents and dust. If the bag is soft, flip it inside out and use a lint roller to get to those hard-to-reach spots. If your bag is made of hard-pressed, grained leather, gently clean the exterior with a moist paper towel or an alcohol-free baby wipe. Dust it with a dry paper towel if it is made of natural or untreated leather, or if it is exotic or suede. Take it to a specialist for more serious concerns.


You must pack your bag now that it is empty and clean in order for it to retain its form. I recommend that you use acid-free tissue paper, a tiny cushion, or bubble wrap. Wrap exposed hardware (such as buckles and zipper pulls) in tissue paper to prevent it from leaving impressions on your bag over time.


Place your bag in a ventilated, soft dust bag. If you don’t have one, a cotton pillowcase in a neutral color will enough to prevent color transfer. Make sure the dust bag is large enough to prevent your handbag from warping while being stored.


Do not allow the hardware of one bag to come into contact with the hardware of another bag, since this may leave a mark. Furthermore, do not leave anything contacting the patent leather – this will cause color transfer from the patent leather to whatever is adjacent to it.

Handle with care

Avoid hanging your bags since this will deform the curve of the handles.

Where to store my bags?

Keep your luggage in its original packaging if you have it. Alternatively, arrange your luggage on a shelf in your closet. If the shelf is too low, do not allow the bag’s handles to be forced down; instead, the bag should rest flat. You may maintain track of your bags by writing the name of the bag on the box or dustbag, so you don’t have to go through 10 boxes to find your Etoupe 35.

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