Every year, students go shopping back to school. A student backpack is one of the most common items. Most backpacks never reach the lifespan of their designs. Almost every manufacturer offers a lifetime warranty on their products, and no one accepts it. Why do people waste such useful accessories on the side?
They're dirty, they're dirty, they look bad, and they can ruin anyone's overall appearance. Then why don't people wash them? Most people worry that cleaning will cause them to spread or help mold or wear down the fabric inside.
All clothes can be done with all this, but backpacks are usually made of synthetic materials that won't wear out in the wash, but may become moldy or fall apart.That's why you need to know how to clean them properly.
Normally, smart backpack should be cleaned 1-2 times a year.It's really easy to do.The first thing you should pay attention to. Do not use washing machine or dryer, this is the action of washing hands.
To start cleaning your backpack, you'll need some light detergent, microfiber cloth, a vacuum cleaner, and a toothbrush.
- The first thing you need to do is empty all the items in your backpack.That sounds obvious, although it's surprising how many people leave things in there.Be sure to open all zippers and pockets.
- Next, use a vacuum cleaner to suck up all lint, crumbs, scraps of paper, cereal, etc from the inside of the bag.Make sure not to overrub the material as it may tear the lining.
- Fill a large sink or tub with warm water and add a small amount of detergent.
- Soak for 10 minutes
- Use a toothbrush to clean any heavily soiled areas.You can use stain remover on things that are really stuck.
- Use a microfiber cloth to wipe the Enter backpack on the inside and outside until it is clean
- Rinse backpack thoroughly until soap is no longer available
- Keep all zippers and pocket openings and hang the bag upside down to dry. Do not place the backpack near any heat source.
Backpacks eventually wear out, something no one can avoid.However, you can extend its service life and avoid any unfortunate accidents when you go out.
On a regular basis to wipe
Regularly wipe the bag from the inside out with a damp cloth to minimize fouling.
To avoid water accumulation
Mold can build up on a backpack if it is wet and does not dry properly before storing or re-using it.Silicone spraying is a good way to make the backpack waterproof, but for some materials, it can darken the color and make the material look the same as it did when it was first used.Many packs come with rain shields that can also be moved (black plastic bags and elasticities can be tied outside) to reduce the likelihood of the pack and its contents getting wet.
Heavy items put a lot of strain on the material, not to mention your children.Do not carry more than 10 pounds in your backpack, regardless of size.Packing sharp objects can damage the bag, including pens, pencils, rulers, compasses, and even pointed pencil-boxes.Place items so they don't puncture the material.
This can be done by wrapping these items tightly around other items to limit movement, or even wrapping them in softer items such as clothing.