Louis Vuitton is a designer handbag and wallet manufacturer located in France. The average cost of a Louis Vuitton handbag is between three and four thousand dollars. It is these high prices that have led to many knock-off Louis Vuitton bags being sold. The response from Louis Vuitton is an all-out crackdown on knock-off manufacturers and a strict policy for repairing Louis Vuitton handbags. While some minor repairs and damage prevention can be done at home, any actual physical repairs require Louis Vuitton expertise.
Rub down the leather of your bag with mink oil spray every three months. This will keep the leather moist and supple to prevent cracking.
Wrap your seasonal purses in a 220+ thread count pillowcase, stuff it with breathable cotton cloth and store it upright in a cool, dark closet. This will prevent any dust and distortion of the bag.
Avoid storing liquid ink pens, chocolate and nail polish in your Louis Vuitton purse, as these substances will permanently stain the interior and leather.
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Remove dust and grime from your Louis Vuitton handbag with a soft and slightly moist cotton cloth. Rub very gently and with the grain of the leather to avoid damaging it.
Remove stains from the interior fabric with a soft cotton cloth moistened with some hydrogen peroxide. The peroxide will gently bleach the stain. If the stain is ink or coffee it will slightly discolour the interior fabric.
Loosen a stiff zipper by rubbing the zipper teeth with a dry bar of soap. Wipe away any excess soap with a cotton cloth. The soap will coat the zipper essentially eliminating any snags.
Take the purse to an authorized Louis Vuitton retailer for any physical repairs including loose stitching, malfunctioning zippers, broken snaps and tears. Louis Vuitton has a strict policy that all repairs must be done by one of their authorized personnel. Any physical repairs attempted by a customer will be undone and repaired “properly” by a Louis Vuitton repair person and you will be charged for the repairs.
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