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Product Care

Father's Day care Guide

THE TOP 4 WAYS TO CARE FOR YOUR DAGNE

If you love your bag, it’ll love you back. Here are a few ways to show it some love.


1. Keep it shady. Don’t overexpose your bag to light, heat, or water.

2. Alcohol, acetone, and oil are way harsh solvents. Instead, use a gentle soap to hand wash your bag.

3. Lighter colors don’t camouflage stains as well as darker colors, so use a touch more care with them.

4. And finally, when you’re not using your bag, store it in the dust bag. Bags need their beauty rest too.

A DEEPER DIVE INTO MATERIAL CARE

All of your burning care questions, answered.


Neoprene Care Guide

Neoprene

Neoprene is mostly chill but still deserves some love and attention.

Neoprene can be hand washed in cold water with gentle soap. Reshape when wet. Lay flat to dry.

Alcohol, acetone, and oil are really bad for neoprene, so avoid at all costs. Don’t machine wash because the hardware might chip. Hardware should also be handled with care. Creasing and pilling may occur but is easily remedied. Just steam in downward strokes, and use a fabric shaver to remove pilling.

Be cautious when wearing denim and other dark fabrics, as they can transfer onto the lighter colored bags.

Don’t overexpose to light, heat, or water, and not sure why you would, but don’t rub the material excessively.

It’s pretty easy to care for neoprene, just refer to this cheat sheet.

Leather Care Guide

Leather

Leather needs a lot of love.

It’s a natural material that softens over time, and its color can sometimes transfer with wear. So be careful with your light colored clothing and upholstery. Also, the reverse can happen. Be cautious when wearing denim and other dark fabrics, as they can transfer onto lighter colored bags.

Our reco is to pre-treat your leather products to prevent damage. Leather cleaner can be used as needed, but test it on an inconspicuous spot first. Alcohol, acetone, and oil might as well be poison for leather, so avoid at all costs.

Coated Canvas Care Guide

Coated Canvas

Coated canvas is a synthetic material and can withstand a lot, but it’s still good to follow this care guide.

Don’t overexpose your bag to light, heat, or water. That doesn’t mean don’t take it outside. It means use your best judgment.

You need two things to clean this bag: a damp cloth + mild soap. We recommend a leather cleaner for the handles.

Be cautious when wearing denim and other dark fabrics, as they can transfer onto the lighter colored bags.

Consider alcohol, acetone, and oil your bag’s enemies.

Cotton Care Guide

100% Organic Cotton

100% organic cotton is pretty good stuff. It’s also made without some pretty bad stuff – GMOs, fertilizers, pesticides, contaminated water. And because cotton is a natural material, you might see slight color variations.

Lighter colors don’t camouflage stains as well as darker colors, so use a touch more care with them, and be careful when wearing denim or other dark fabrics, as they can transfer onto lighter colored bags.

We recommend hand washing it with cold water and gentle soap. Reshape when wet, keep it standing up to dry.

Consider alcohol, acetone, and oil your bag’s enemy.

Don’t overexpose to light, heat, or rain, and not sure why you would, but don’t rub the material excessively.

Nylon Care Guide

Waterproof Nylon

We recommend hand washing it with cold water and gentle soap. Reshape while wet, and lay it flat to dry.

Consider alcohol, acetone, and oil your bag’s enemy.

Don’t overexpose to light, heat, or rain, and not sure why you would, but don’t rub the material excessively.

Leather
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 Care Guide

Leather needs a lot of love.

It’s a natural material that softens over time, and its color can sometimes transfer with wear. So be careful with your light colored clothing and upholstery. Also, the reverse can happen. Be cautious when wearing denim and other dark fabrics, as they can transfer onto lighter colored bags.

Our reco is to pre-treat your leather products to prevent damage. Leather cleaner can be used as needed, but test it on an inconspicuous spot first. Alcohol, acetone, and oil might as well be poison for leather, so avoid at all costs.

Coated Canvas
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Neoprene Care Guide

Coated canvas is a synthetic material and can withstand a lot, but it’s still good to follow this care guide.

Don’t overexpose your bag to light, heat, or water. That doesn’t mean don’t take it outside. It means use your best judgment.

You need two things to clean this bag: a damp cloth + mild soap. We recommend a leather cleaner for the handles.

Be cautious when wearing denim and other dark fabrics, as they can transfer onto the lighter colored bags.

Consider alcohol, acetone, and oil your bag’s enemies.

100% Organic Cotton
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Cotton Care Guide

100% organic cotton is pretty good stuff. It’s also made without some pretty bad stuff – GMOs, fertilizers, pesticides, contaminated water. And because cotton is a natural material, you might see slight color variations.

Lighter colors don’t camouflage stains as well as darker colors, so use a touch more care with them, and be careful when wearing denim or other dark fabrics, as they can transfer onto lighter colored bags.

We recommend hand washing it with cold water and gentle soap. Reshape when wet, keep it standing up to dry.

Consider alcohol, acetone, and oil your bag’s enemy.

Don’t overexpose to light, heat, or rain, and not sure why you would, but don’t rub the material excessively.

Waterproof Nylon
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Nylon Care Guide

We recommend hand washing it with cold water and gentle soap. Reshape while wet, and lay it flat to dry.

Consider alcohol, acetone, and oil your bag’s enemy.

Don’t overexpose to light, heat, or rain, and not sure why you would, but don’t rub the material excessively.

Neoprene
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Neoprene Care Guide

Neoprene is mostly chill but still deserves some love and attention.

Neoprene can be hand washed in cold water with gentle soap. Reshape when wet. Lay flat to dry.

Alcohol, acetone, and oil are really bad for neoprene, so avoid at all costs. Don’t machine wash because the hardware might chip. Hardware should also be handled with care. Creasing and pilling may occur but is easily remedied. Just steam in downward strokes, and use a fabric shaver to remove pilling.

Be cautious when wearing denim and other dark fabrics, as they can transfer onto the lighter colored bags.

Don’t overexpose to light, heat, or water, and not sure why you would, but don’t rub the material excessively.

It’s pretty easy to care for neoprene, just refer to this cheat sheet.