You've finally got out your brand-new bag to shine at the office. Suddenly, you feel an abnormal dampness as you look for your keys... Horror! Your Tupperware of lasagne from the night before has spilt, it smells delicious, but the bag is all stained! 😱


Don't panic! Above all, your bag shouldn't be put in the washing machine! We really don't recommend it, it makes it dizzy and it could lose its shape.


The simplest way to wash your bag is often the most effective:


Take a clean cloth, soak it in a mixture of soapy water and rub the stain vigorously - it should disappear without a hitch! 👌🏻


If you're dealing with a big, greasy stain that just won't go away, you can use the infallible technique of Gwen's grandmother (our happiness manager).

She recommends mixing a few drops of white vinegar with a teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda and diluting this magic potion in warm water. You can leave it on the stain for 5 minutes, rinse with water and admire the work ✨


Final little tip:

To avoid a lifelong grudge against your colleague who spilt her cup of coffee on your bag, we recommend waterproofing it.


We've got a great product for that, it's organic, it smells like warm sand, to find out more, go HERE!

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