Bag Protectors And Organizers
Bag protectors and organizers are for both women and men’s bags. The market for men has gone up over the years and they have just as many selections to choose from as women do. Taking care of your investments is important to keep them looking good and lasting longer. A protective product like Tana All Protector or whatever similar product is available in your area can help. Finding a place to keep them while not in use or storing them away for the season, there are solutions like the pink closet organizer to the right. Over a door hanger options are also available.
It’s not a good idea to store your bags by hanging them from the neck of a hanger or on a wall with nails because both will cause stretching and will distort the strap or handle if it’s made of fabric. Don’t pile them up on top of each other in boxes or on shelves and in drawers unless there are dividers to separate them. If the handle is a chain or short with a thick strap and doesn’t have much weight to the bag, then a stand is fine as shown in the picture.
You can place them on a closet shelf with dividers which are important to keep the bags separated and upright, so they don’t touch each other. If there are two plastic or vinyl bags beside each other and close together they may end up sticking to each other from moisture or dampness during the season. A dark colored bag may transfer dye to another bag when too close if it’s hot and humid. Always keep plenty of room between them.
Your storage area whether on closet shelves or place in a hanging organizer should give your bags room to breathe. It doesn’t matter what fabric they are made of it’s best not to keep them closed in without air like placing them in those plastic shoe boxes or containers. Cardboard shoe boxes aren’t any better unless you have holes in them giving some air and avoid placing or covering your bags in anything like plastic shopping or garbage bags.
Tissue paper that is not colored is perfect, leaving the bags loose in between and are great for keeping dust off if on shelves as well. Lightly stuffing your bags with tissue paper inside helps to keep their shape, pushing it to each corner filling it in properly. Using newspaper is not a good idea because the black print may transfer inside your bag or outside if you use it there to cover the bag.
Another way to protect your bag is with a light plastic rain cover as seen in the picture. It’s small and light enough to fold up and leave in your bag, having it ready to use or leave in your vehicle. It’s also great for briefcases if the guys want to use one for protection along with a messenger bag, satchel or anyone you use. They can be found in stores who carry them or will order for you and also shopping online for one. Along with having bag protectors and organizers for yourself, they would make great gift ideas for any woman or man especially if they are hard to buy for.
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