The monsoon season is here!!
This means rain splash, dirt, and unpredictable weather is going to be pretty common, also the next pretty common thing you know will be the rainwater (obviously!) but we’re talking about the rainwater getting into your bag and destroying your valuable essentials!
No, no! Don’t get us wrong… we love the cozy weather and sipping some tea while it’s pouring outside too! But, we’re just worried about the days when It’s raining and you’re stuck somewhere with all your valuables- Keys, Mobile phone, Wallet, Card, and much more in ONE bag!
What’d you do to protect them?
Well, with Ecoright you don’t have to worry about that because we’ve got you covered with a water-resistant bag!
Our eco-friendly crossbody bags and handbags come with a recycled bottle lining to protect your essentials from drowning.
RPET is a pretty fun material, it’s made by recycling post-consumer plastic that would’ve ended up polluting the environment.
We have recycled 4,00,000 plastic bottles to date by crafting protective water-resistant bag linings out of RPET.
And boy! Do these eco-friendly and water-resistant bags come in pretty chic designs? Hell ya!
See for yourself! Here are our top 3 picks for you this Monsoon’s
Psst, now that you’ve got your hands on the right monsoon essentials, let’s also solve another bugging issue for you!
We know maintaining the quality of your bag during the monsoon season can be challenging due to increased humidity and the risk of water.
So… here are a few tips that you can carry this season to ensure that your bags stay dry and dazzling! <3
- Wiping the dirt off: Use a clean, dry cloth to wipe the surface of the bag, ensuring no water seeps into the material.
- Proper storage: Don't leave your bag in damp or overly humid areas, as these conditions can promote the growth of mold. Always keep your bag in a well-ventilated and dry place.
- Avoid overloading: Overloading your bag can strain the material, especially when it's wet, and this can cause damage over time. Carry only what is necessary during the monsoon to avoid adding unnecessary stress to your bag.
- Quick dry: If your bag does get wet, don't panic. Empty it and blot as much water as you can using a dry towel. Do not use a hair dryer or heater to speed up the drying process to avoid damaging the outer material.