Product Care – Yangoods

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HOW SHOULD I TAKE CARE OF MY YANGOODS

Vegan Leather and Cotton Canvas

How to maintain & clean cotton canvas and leather bag?

  • Empty out your pockets before storing it.
  • Try not to place your bag in sunlight.
  • When you caught heavy rain and the canvas very wet, we suggest that empty your bag and leave to dry naturally away from direct heat.
  • For small spots, use cold water and mild soap or natural soap, and a sponge or brush.
  • With a little soap, gently massage the spotted surface.
  • Richly dye items may transfer. Extra care should be taken when wearing with light color garments.
  • It could be a little faded when sweating or in the rain, this is normal phenomenon.
  • Rinse with a sponge and cold water. Let the bag air dry.

You should NOT

  • Wash your bag in the washing machine or belcher.
  • Use warm or hot water to clean it.
  • Have it dry cleaned.
  • Soak in the detergent long time, or use excess detergent and acid, alkaline. Or it could be faded.

Vegan Leather

How to maintain & clean my Vegan Leather Bag?

  • To clean the leather, use a clean, dry cloth and avoid applying excessive pressure.
  • If the material comes in contact with water do not rub the affected area. Simply use a dry, clean, absorbent cloth and dab the area to soak up as much liquid as possible.
  • Don’t wash your bag or use any chemical cleansers such as detergent (liquid or powder), solvent, starch, bleaching powder.
  • Avoid contact with solvents and alcohols such as perfumes, nail polish remover and other chemicals. These chemicals can stain and weaken the material.
  • Don’t contact with oily, greasy compound like makeup and skin cream. These will be readily absorbed by the material and stain.

How to store my Leather Bag?

Storing My Vegan Leather Goods

  1. Store your leather goods in dry places. Stuff newspaper (wrapped in tracing paper) into the bag during storage. Following this top tip also helps maintain the shape of the bag.
  2. For light colored product, avoid storing bag in areas that are directly exposed to sunlight this can lead to drying of the leather and lead to an excessive loss of the natural oils. This can lead to cracking, a loss in texture and a premature breakdown of the material as well as a fading of the colors.
  3. Avoid contact with abrasive substances that can cut, scratch or scuff the leather.
  4. Avoid contact with solvents and alcohols such as perfumes, nail polish remover and other chemicals. These chemicals can stain and weaken the material.
  5. Warp your leather in plastic to help lock in moisture.

Silk Scarf

How to care my Silk Scarf?

The safest way to wash your silk scarf at home is to hand wash, not machine wash.

Here are Hand Wash Tips
  1. Place your silk scarf in cold water with a mild soap (baby bath).
  2. Leave to soak (no more than 5 minutes).
  3. Swish the scarf slowly and gently
  4. To help keep its hydrated feel, use a fabric conditioner in the final rinse.
  5. Do not wring, twist or rub the silk scarf while washing and
  6. Don’t expose to direct sunlight. Heat can damage the silk fibers.

For lorning

  1. Set the iron to low heat (or the silk setting).
  2. Iron silk only one it’s dry and be sure to put a cloth between the silk and the iron.
  3. Do not spray or wet silk while ironing.
  4. Store your scarf in a beatable fabric bag (avoid plastic ones because they lock in moisture).

Cotton Scarf

How to care my Cotton Scarf?

Let’s touch on the basics of proper scarf care.

  • Place your silk scarf in cold water or lukewarm water with a mild soap (baby bath). Adding a small amount of table salt will help prevent dye from running.
  • Let the scarf in the water for around 15 minutes.
  • Squeeze water out of your scarf be gentle! Don’t wiring the fabric too hard.
  • Don’t expose to direct sunlight. Heat can damage the silk fibers. It is best not polyester scarf in the tumble dryer, simply hang it on the clothesline to dry your scarf.
  • You can safely wash a polyester scarf in the washing machine on a delicate cycle at 30’C.