How do you clean a Wayuu Mochila Bag?

How do you clean a Wayuu Mochila Bag?

Everything we buy is bound to get dirty at some point just like that of our Wayuu Mochila bags, thus is important to know how to properly care for and clean whatever you buy. Wayuu mochila bags are very easy to keep up with . You’ll be able to show off your bright and brilliant bag for many years to come as long as you follow a few simple steps for keeping up with your bag.

First, we must know what our bags are made of exactly. They are NOT made of cotton or natural fibers. They are composed of a mixture of synthetic fibers containing mostly acrylic material. These synthetic fibers are acquired from one large manufacturer in the La Guajira region where the indigenous people call their home.

Synthetic fibers really give that eye popping color unlike natural fibers. Natural fibers would not be able to hold their color for such a long time like that of synthetic fibers. Also, Synthetic fibers are more repellent to water keeping your things dry or delaying weather damage with much more efficiency.

Durability is another key feature of our bags from the use of synthetic fibers. You will be able to keep and use your Wayuu Mochila bag for years to come.

While you may be able to spot clean your bag with success at times, using regular gentle detergent,  you can actually just put your bag into the washing machine with the rest of your clothes following these simple steps.

Now, you have a bright and shiny, almost like new Wayuu Mochila bag. Just remember to let it air dry to avoid any type of shrinking or damage that may occur from high temperatures of dryers. We all know that one dryer that gets too hot and likes to shrink or damage our clothes. As long as you turn your bag inside out and wash with cold water, you will have a clean Wayuu Mochila bag anywhere you go. You can’t just wash any bag or purse like that of our bags which just adds to the list of how unique and amazing our Wayuu Mochila bags really are! Cleaning has never been any easier than throwing something in the wash.

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