ShoreBags are made to be tough and long-lasting. We know our customers are active, busy multi-taskers -- a lifestyle that can lead to messes and accidents. Outings to the grocery store or farmers market, beach or just a family get together can mean spills, drips and spots on your natural canvas ShoreBag. What to do?
- Continue dipping the brush into the soapy water mixture as you tackle any stained areas of the bag.
- It's okay to saturate the canvas with the soapy water solution, but if your bag has leather or metal hardware, try your best to keep those dry. If you do get the leather and other hardware wet, don't worry. Most of our styles use water-resistant leather, which is not the same as waterproof, but can handle minimal exposure to water. Best bet would be to dry the non-canvas parts and wipe them as soon as possible to avoid any damage.
- A small stream will ensure you gently rinse off the soapy solution without getting water all over the rest of the bag.
- NOTE: Drying ShoreBags in the dryer can damage attachments such as leather straps, zippers and other adhesives if used.
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