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How to care your rucksack

Rucksacks are easy to care for. Dirt on the outside should be cleaned with a damp cloth. Heavier stains can be treated with a mild soap, but be careful not to ruin the fabric’s waterproof coating in case your backpack features it. Dry the rucksack in a cool and well-ventilated place to avoid mildew.
To maintain the zippers’ performance for many years, spray them occasionally with silicone – except when taking trips to dusty regions since silicone or oil attract dust. Just blow away the dirt or clean the zippers with a dry toothbrush in case they jam.

The inside of a rucksack should also stay clean. Food remnants or liquid stains can cause the fabric to wear prematurely. They can also attract insects and cause an unpleasant odor.

 

Rucksacks are easy to care for. Dirt on the outside should be cleaned with a damp cloth. Heavier stains can be treated with a mild soap, but be careful not to ruin the fabric’s waterproof coating in case your backpack features it. Dry the rucksack in a cool and well-ventilated place to avoid mildew. To maintain the zippers’ performance for many years, spray them occasionally with silicone – except when taking trips to dusty regions since silicone or oil attract dust. Just blow away the dirt or clean the zippers with a dry toothbrush in case they jam. The inside of a rucksack should also stay clean. Food remnants or liquid stains can cause the fabric to wear prematurely. They can also attract insects and cause an unpleasant odor.

McKINLEY MULTI WASH 250

McKINLEY MULTI WASH 250

McKINLEY UNI PROOF 400

McKINLEY UNI PROOF 400