Tana All Protector Review: Keep Your Handbags Protected
- Product: Tana All Protector
- Price: $11.00 – 14.00
- Cheapest: Walmart
- Size: 224g
- My Rating: 9 out of 10
Tana All Protector Product Overview
When it comes to my time, effort and investment in handbags, I want to make sure I take care of them. There are times where I cannot find a decent purse or handbag with the way styles change so quickly, it is another reason to keep them looking good as long as possible. Protecting them from the outdoor elements is necessary to keep them lasting longer.
Rain, snow, heat or the cold (may cause dryness cracking the leather etc) can damage any fabric over time. Getting them wet with rain or snow can eventually cause buckles, latches, clasps or embellished decorations to discolor or rust.
All Weather Sprays and Conditioners
There are special sprays and conditioners on the market to help purses and handbags stay in shape and lasting longer. Tana All Protector is an all weather water repellent product that really does as advertised. It is not just for footwear, which are made up of the same fabrics as handbags. It creates an invisible shield that allows the material to breath as it repels the elements. It prevents dirt from setting in to make it easier to clean. Conditioners help keep leather for example, soft and looking new.
Care and Instructions
Be sure to read the directions on the can by making sure the fabric is dry first. It is suggested to spray 20cm away, not to saturate and allowing it to dry then repeating it again. I apply it in a sweeping motion as I find it works well causing the application to go on evenly. Use it in a well ventilated place where there is a door, open window, or do it outdoors. It’s best to clean your handbags and spray them monthly during the winter and less during the other months. Use your judgement.
There are certain fabrics that you should avoid using Tana All Protector on. This includes to not spray patent, reptile, metallic leather or vinyl. You can clean these with non chemical wipes, drying them right after, a damp cloth or paper towel. I have used all of these and they work well. Remove any clip ons or decorative pins before you spray. Always shake the can well throughout while applying. There is a code on the bottom of the can without an expiry date. This indicates that there are no active ingredients that diminish or alter over time. If it has been sitting for a lengthy time shake it well.
I have been using Tana All Protector for over 30 years and won’t use anything else. I rated it 9 out of 10 because you can’t use it on all fabric. I make sure to have a can in stock all year round.
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