Traveling is a dirty business. Here, our experts introduce the most common luggage cleaning methods.

How to Clean Your Rolling Backpack?

If you're traveling this year, you'll most likely be using a rolling backpack with wheels to ship items to your destination. Everywhere you look, the most common form of luggage is the ubiquitous roller bag, which comes in many forms - soft, hard and mixed - but almost all bottom bags require some regular maintenance at the bottom.

The wheels and bearings of the backpack with wheels accumulate dust over time, thereby reducing their performance and gradually eroding their basic functions.To clean them, you need to remove the wheels and push out the bearings.Usually, this can be done with a screwdriver. 

How to Clean Your Rolling Backpack

After pulling out, clean the bearing with a cloth. Don't spray water on the bearing, or it may rust! After cleaning, re-lubricate the bearing with oil.(Some people use sewing machine oil, but fishing reel oil is probably easier to get because it's found in almost all sporting goods stores.)

When the hub is closed, take advantage of this opportunity to clean separately with cloth and soapy water, and then dry, and then the bearing ejected.

Soft synthetic materials are used in the interior of most drum bags. Clean with warm soapy water and a soft brush or sponge.Toothbrushes and baking soda are ideal for removing hard stains from hard-to-reach areas.

Make sure to dry your bag and store it in a place free of moisture.

Matein Wheeled Rolling Backpack