Behold. We are not done with rattan bags yet. Introducing a new shape and look from the crowd favourite. It is bigger, less common, and still well loved.
Brooke Box Bag
Material: Ata Straw
Vacuum cleaner is a great way to keep Rattan Bags' crevises dust and grime free. Use the upholstery brush (if you don't have one, place an old pantyhose over the nozzle and use a rubber band to hold it in place) and give the bag a good vacuum.
Vacuum out and spot treat any stains if there's any on the inner lining.
To treat a heavily soiled spot on the straw, mix a few drops of dish detergent or mild soap in some warm water. Find an old toothbrush and dip it in the soap and water mixture. Gently rub the stained area with the soapy toothbrush following the grain of the rattan. Wipe the area with a clean white cloth that has been dipped in clean water to remove any soap residue and loosened soil. Never overwet the rattan. Allow to air dry away from direct sunlight.