At Acambha, we believe in creating long-lasting bags and clothing that keep you company for a long time.
We therefore want to provide you with the best care instructions to ensure that your garments live long and give you much joy.
Before washing, consider if it's truly necessary, or if airing and spot cleaning
can do the trick.
This approach not only saves water but also extends the life of your products.
In the event of wear and tear, a simple repair can breathe new life into your items.
Try sewing a button, stitching an opened seam, or visiting a local tailor for zipper replacements.
By tending to your Acambha items with love, you'll enjoy their comfort and style for years to come.

Bag Care

Spot Cleaning Tips
To keep your Acambha bag looking its best, follow these simple steps for gentle spot cleaning:
  1. Create a mild detergent solution by adding a splash of detergent to a bowl of cold water.
  2. Dip a soft, clean cloth into the solution and wring out any excess water.
  3. Gently rub the bag's surface using the dampened cloth, focusing on areas with spots or dirt.
  4. For stubborn spots, use a soft brush with mild detergent and water, gently brushing the affected areas.
  5. Rinse the cloth until it's free of detergent, dampen with water, and wipe off any soap residue from the bag.
  6. Allow your bag to air dry, and soon it will be ready for your next adventure together!


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Clothing Care

Crochet: Handwashing Tips
Our handcrafted crochet pieces require gentle care to maintain their quality and beauty.
Consider taking your crochet items to a professional cleaner for the best results.
If you choose to handwash, follow these simple steps:
  1. Use a mild detergent and cool water to create a gentle cleaning solution.
  2. Carefully swish the crochet item in the soapy water, taking care not to rub or stretch the fabric.
  3. Rinse the item thoroughly under cool water until all detergent residue is removed.
  4. Gently squeeze out any excess water without twisting or wringing the item.
  5. Wrap the crochet piece in a towel to absorb extra moisture, then lay it flat to air dry. Avoid hanging, as it may cause stretching.
  6. To prevent fading, ensure your crochet items are not dried in direct sunlight.
Ironing Crochet Items:
  1. Set your iron to low heat, and place a slightly damp cloth on top of your garment.
  2. Gently press the iron onto the cloth, avoiding direct contact with the crochet fabric to preserve its texture and integrity.
By following these simple care instructions, your crochet items will remain beautiful and ready to wear for years to come.

Embroidery: Delicate Handling for Lace Detail

Our embroidery cut-out lace garments are delicate and require special care to maintain their beauty.
For optimal results, consider professional cleaning. If you choose to wash at home, follow these gentle care tips:
Machine Washing:
  1. Use a delicate, short wash cycle to minimize abrasion.
  2. Place the garment in a mesh bag for added protection during the wash.
  3. Opt for a mild detergent to preserve the fabric and embroidery.
  4. Do not tumble dry, as this may damage the embroidery and lace.
  1. To preserve the embroidery, iron the garment on the reverse side using a low heat setting.
  2. For the rest of the garment, use a medium heat setting as needed.
Please note that care instructions may vary based on the specific fabric used.
Always check the individual garment's label for any additional instructions.
By following these simple steps, your embroidered garments will remain a cherished part of your wardrobe.

Beaded Garment: Gentle Cleaning for Delicate Detailing

To maintain the beauty of your beaded garments, special care is necessary.
Professional cleaning is highly recommended to protect the delicate beadwork.
Alternatively, follow these steps for gentle at-home care:
  1. Do not machine wash beaded items, as this may damage the beads or fabric.
  2. To refresh your beaded clothing, allow them to air out as needed.
  3. When it's time for a wash, turn the garment inside out and soak it in cool water with a mild detergent for a few minutes.
  4. Carefully rinse the garment, ensuring all detergent residue is removed.
  5. Gently lay the item flat to air dry, taking care not to wring or twist the fabric.
  6. Avoid ironing beaded garments, as heat may cause damage to the beadwork or fabric.

By following these simple care tips, you'll keep your beaded garments looking their best for years to come.


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