We don't recommend laundering any of our canvas bags, as it will shrink and alter the canvas, but we DO recommend our all-natural canvas cleaner for spot cleaning. I can't gaurantee it will work on every possible stain, but we've used it (with a clean toothbrush) on bags stained by rain leaking through a 100-year-old industrial roof, and the stains came right out! Follow the simple instructions on the label, and if it doesn't appear to be immediately resolved, leave it out to dry overnight.
If you've got a clean bag you'd like to wax — for chic looks and waterproofing — try our canvas wax. Also all-natural, you simply rub the wax all over the surface of the canvas you want to treat, work it in with your fingers, and dry with a blow dryer to set the wax. It looks amazing — just look at that black Field Bag in the photo — and water will roll right off. (Note: waxing will not prevent a submerged bag from leaking.)
Wax is for use on clean (not weathered or soiled) canvas. If it's a Field Bag you're waxing, we recommend treating the outside of the bag up to the lower edge of the cord casing, not the casing itself. See note below about waxing at your own risk!
- handmade in USA
- all-natural ingredients
- canvas cleaner in 8 oz. spray bottle
- canvas wax in 4 oz. block in metal tin with lid
- sold separately
NOTE: When using cleaner or wax on any canvas product, please test a small area on the back or underside of the object first to be sure you'll like the outcome. In all cases, use at your own discretion and risk.