Longchamp is a leather goods clothing and accessories company based in Paris, France. Known for high end products, Longchamp manufactures all of its goods within the borders of France. Learning how to care for Longchamp products is essential for keeping them in tip top shape. While the bags are made of leather and should not be washed in the same manner as clothes, they are easily cared for and cleaned using a variety of alternative methods.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- Soft leather-safe brush
- Neutral soap
- Soft Cloth
- Leather cleaner
- Waterproofing agent
Dab a soft cloth into a bowl of warm water. Lightly smear neutral soap lather to the wet portion of the cloth. Rub the soapy part of the cloth in circles on the dirty portions of the leather bag. Apply medium pressure while rubbing to remove all stains. Rub off excess soap with a wet portion of the cloth. Dab dry.
Dip the bristles of a soft, leather-safe brush into the water for tougher stains. Glide the bristles back and forth on the soap. Lightly scrub the bag, being careful not to scratch the surface. Remove excess soap or water with a dry portion of the cloth.
Rub in a leather protector or weather-resistant solution to the entire surface of the bag. Follow the solution manufacturer's directions carefully and do not apply any protector or weather-resistant solution to a bag material, such as suede, if the instructions warn against doing this.
Tips and warnings
- Read all care instructions associated with your bag before cleaning or washing.
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