High End Bags Professionally Restored
In this pandemic era, do you know hand sanitizers are usually alcohol-based and they do an awful lot of damage to the leather surface of the handbag, and that has been on the increase.
Although shifting habits and behaviors as spurred by the spread of a global virus have clearly resulted in increased business for the leather specialist, damages to handbags are not an entirely new phenomenon. After all, the more we use something, the more worn out it becomes. Enter the likes of Bass’ The Handbag Spa, each seeking to restore a bag’s glory and, sometimes, even adding some value to the product in the process.
Most Common Handbag Damage
But before we get into the increased selling potential of a restored bag, let’s start from the beginning: what are some of the most common damages a lot of corner repairs. Particularly on Mulberrys, where the corner piping has worn through and got damaged. it because The Handbag Spa in specific prefers not to take bags apart.
Feel that’s interfering with (its) authenticity, opting to repair rather than replace. The corner repairs depend on whether the piping is still there, If it is not, it would replace it. The most logical branch-out for a company born to fix broken bags involves care products that promise to extend the “health” of a handbag and minimize the need for repairs.
This is 2020 for you—alcohol-free antibacterial cleansers that promise to avoid the damages caused by hand sanitizers.
Speaking of related ventures: although it is hard to estimate how much value a restoration project adds to any given bag, thoughts naturally drift to the potential success of a bag flipping business.
Handbags only keep their values if they’re in very good conditions. So if it has gotten to the point where it needs to be sent to be refurbished, particularly if it’s in a bad state, it’s lost its value anyway. About bag flipping in specific, It’s always been a possibility.