• Covers with soft-touch coating
• Cover weight: 10.38 oz/yd² (352 g/m²)
• Page weight: 2.62 oz/yd² (89 g/m²)
• Metal wire-o binding
• 140 dotted pages
• Size: 5.25″ × 8.25″ (13 × 21 cm)
• Blank product sourced from the US
Our bold, artfully designed Tote Bags create an eye catching vision to “Carry the Message” and define your personal style. They are available in Duchess Satin or Napa Leather.
Tote Bag size: 18.5” x 12.2” x 5.7
These bags will easily carry the message and all you need to “Tote”. Spaciously crafted interior that will accommodate notebooks, tablets and cosmetic bags safely inside with three internal pockets, two large inner pockets will hold sunglasses, phone, keys and wallet and with a secure inside zipper pocket to one side. Long leather straps fit naturally over your shoulder in both Duchess and Napa leather.
Our quality Duchess Satin Tote Vote Bag have a black nylon lining and pockets protecting all you store with plastic zipper, leather pull and long leather handles, and a leather quality structured base with five chrome studs to elevate your bag from surfaces. This Tote easily moves from a day at the beach, market tote to shine as a beautiful satin dress bag.
The beautiful designed high quality Napa Leather Tote Vote Bags are lined in black brushed soft fabric including pockets protecting all you carry, with a secure and attractive chrome zipper and long leather pull and straps. Our leather structured base has five chrome studs that keep your bag elevated from surfaces.
Care for your Tote Vote Bags:
Napa Leather is a high end leather product that care must be taken in corners and along the bottom to prevent scuffing that will damage the surface. A dust cover bag is included to protect your bag from dust, fading and damage.
To clean your bag surface gently wipe with a slightly soapy damp cloth.
Care for your Tote Vote Bags
To Clean Your Bag, Use A Damp And Slightly Soapy Cloth To Remove Any Tough Stains Or Dirt.
Surface Wipe Only. Clean Gently By Hand With Mild Soapy Damp Cloth.
How to Clean Napa Leather
Cleaning Napa Leather Is No Different From Cleaning Other Leather. Leather Is Delicate To Clean And You Should Be Aware Of The Dos And Don't’s. Before You Clean The Whole Leather Bag It Is Important To Do A Spot Test First. Generally, Test On A Small Area To Ensure The Leather Cleaner You Are Applying Will Not Damage The Leather. After Testing That It Is Safe, You Can Clean The Rest Of The Leather.
Clean The Leather With A Slightly Dampened Lint-Free Cloth. Be Careful About How Damp The Cloth Is. If It Is Too Wet You Might Stain The Leather. If It Is Too Dry Then It Won't Remove The Dirt, Dust, Or Grime At All. Although You This Is Likely To Happen If The Leather Is Dyed With A Water-Soluble Colorant. Rub It Gently Across The Surface And Take It Easy. Some Of The Moisture Might Air-Dry From The Surface However You Should Wipe It Dry To Be Safe.
If The Dirt, Grime, Or Stain Is Difficult To Clean With Just Water, You May Use A Leather Cleaner. You Can Check For Cleaners And Soaps That Are Meant To Clean Leather Such As Napa.
How to Condition Napa Leather
You should condition all your leather, including Napa leather. Conditioning napa leather is no different from condition other leather types. However, it is important to frequently condition unfinished Napa leather. This is because it has leather fibers that dry out more quickly than other types of leather.
Typically, we use leather conditioners to conditioner our leather. These leather conditioners are usually either wax, oil. or cream. You apply them onto the surface and let the leather absorb. This will nourish and revitalize the fibers that make up the leather. The result would be a more soft and flexible leather. It also protects the leather from scratches.
Before you condition, you must always clean your leather first. Then you can apply the conditioner by using a soft, lint0free cloth. You apply the conditioners in small portions. Gently apply it in small circles. Leave the conditioner on the leather for a while to allow the leather to absorb. You should also wipe off the excess.
After conditioning your Napa leather, you have the option to apply a protective finish. This extra layer will protect your leather a bit more from water and scratches. It does however hide some of the desired looks and feels that the natural leather offers. Protective finishes are usually natural or synthetic waxes/acrylic. This is reserved as an option because usually, napa leather looks best without a finish.