Luggage care FAQ's
“Your Luggage is one of the most essential things while traveling. Investing on a durable as well as high-quality travel bag is a smart decision. However, you need to know how to take excellent care of your bag. Preserving your travel luggage is rather easy. You can test the following tips:”
- 1. How do I clean my luggage?
Most VIP luggage fabric is either made from tough polyester or Nylon.Both are durable and resilient and have excellent abrasion resistance. In the event that your bag does become soiled, follow these simple steps: Clean the surface with mild soap and water with a soft rag. For best results, clean the entire panel, not just the soiled area Never Submerge your bag in water.. . Avoid using these cleaners on leather trim. Allow the bag to dry completely in shade before storing.
This refers to the solid accessories that go with the bags. For instance, one type of hardware are the edges. These are used to protect the surface and the frames of the luggage bags. The other types of hardware are the straps, handles, zippers, and the locks.
In caring for the hardware, it is best to remember that using oil on hinges, handles, or locks will only cause more harm than good. This is because the presence of oil on these kinds of hardware will only initiate leaks that will lead to the clothes or the inside layer of the bag.If hardware should become scratched, rub lightly with fine steel wool and re-seal with lacquer or clear nail polish
- 2. How do I unlock my combination lock when I forgot the combination code?
- You will assistance from an authorized VIP Service Centre to unlock your combination lock. To locate the nearest service Centre, please click here.
- 3. How do I repair jammed wheels?
- Make sure you remove dirt particles. Also wipe away dirt and crusty mud on the wheels of the luggage. It's normal for high-density plastic surfaces to scuff or dent, but it should not crack or break. To clean, wipe down with mild soap and water as needed. No lubrication is necessary for the wheels
- 4. How do I remove the foul odour from the bag?
- Sprinkle baking soda on the interior and exterior of the luggage. Leave it on for an hour. Baking soda can effectively diffuse unwanted luggage odor. This will also help get rid of lingering stains and dirt. After an hour, vacuum the travel bag again to get rid of the baking soda residues.
To deodorize the luggage bag once again, try spraying it with lemon juice solution. Just mix one cup of lemon juice with one cup of water. Place it in a spray bottle. Spray it all over the luggage. This should work in diffusing unwanted bag odour. Let it dry completely. Place the bag in an area not directly exposed to the sun.
- 5. How do I store my luggage when not in use?
Luggage that is not being used at the moment need to be stored properly. If you store it in a damp moist area then the luggage is likely to develop mould and fungus on it. Keep your suitcases in a clean dry area to prevent any mould or mildew from accumulating on the suitcase.
Before you store your suitcase make sure it is empty.. Dirty clothes left in a suitcase can promote bacterial growth in a suitcase and bacteria can smell bad.
You can store suitcases inside larger suitcases. When you store suitcases inside a larger suitcase you are saving space for more items in the storage area. If you have a lot of storage it is not an issue but if you have limited storage you may want to store your smaller suit cases inside a larger suitcase.
When you put your suitcases or luggage in storage you can put a dryer sheet into each suitcase. The dryer sheet will help prevent any mould or mildew from growing on the suitcase during the time it is in storage. A suitcase that is stored in a dry place with a dryer sheet in it will smell nice and clean the next time you use it. If you are storing a smaller suitcase inside a larger suitcase you can put a dryer sheet into each suitcase for better prevention of mould and mildew. You can use any fragrance of dryer sheet that you want to store in a suitcase.