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Care & Cleaning

Two Doods Dog Apparel + Accessories

Jacket & Backpack Care

Waxed canvas is an amazing material that is long-lasting and water-resistant, but does need a bit of care over time to maintain its repellence. 

  • To clean, gently use a scrub brush with water, rinse, and let dry. 

  • For spots or stains, use a bar of mild bar soap, saddle soap, or waxed canvas cleaner, but always test a small area first. 

  • After significant wear (such as your jacket has dried out or lost water repellence), it is suggested that you re-wax your item with a product such as Otter Wax

  • Do not machine wash, dry clean, or use detergent on your waxed canvas products.

Bandana Care

To maximize the life of your product, hand wash or machine wash on delicate cycle with cold water and lie flat to air dry.

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Legacy Products -- Jo Rose Design Bags + Accessories 

Most Jo Rose products are created using leather, waxed canvas, and wool and each material has different care instructions. With a bit of occasional TLC, your Jo Rose products should last for years to come.

Waxed Canvas Care

Waxed canvas is an amazing material that is water resistant, but does need a bit of care over time to maintain its repellence. You should not dry clean or use detergent on your waxed canvas products.  To clean, gently use a scrub brush with water, rinse, and let dry.  For spots or stains, use a mild bar soap, saddle soap, or waxed canvas cleaner, but always test a small area first.  After significant wear (such as your bag as dried out or lost water repellence), it is suggested that you re-wax your bag with a product such as Otter Wax.

Wool Care

The best way to care for your wool is to gently spot clean it with a gentle natural soap such as Dr Bronners baby shampoo. To remove any dirt or stains, blot with a very small amount of shampoo, and then blot again with clean water. It is not advised to use commercial detergent on your wool products. 

Leather Care

Because leather is a natural material, light scratches or differences in color or texture can appear on the surface, but make each bag one of a kind and beautiful. Leather will develop a patina over time and will look better with age and wear.

Jo Rose Design recommends using a leather cleaner and conditioner on your leather bag for occasional cleaning. Apply a small amount of cleaner first, and then apply conditioner in a circular motion. Be sure to wipe off the excess with a slightly damp cloth. This will keep your leather soft and supple and avoid getting dried out.

If your leather bag gets wet, absorb as much water as possible with a thick microfiber towel and allow it to air dry. Then, condition it again before storing.