Beijo aims to manufacturer affordable but fashionable handbags. Made in China but designed in California, Beijo bags consist of vinyl, polyester and cotton blends. If you have purchased a Beijo bag made from a vinyl or polyester blend designed to resemble leather, you need to be aware of the requirements of the bag's material. Although synthetic leather is often much stronger than real leather, it can also be damaged. If your Beijo bag has been scratched, you can take steps to cover up the damage.
Clean the bag with a damp cloth to remove any dust or dirt before repairing the scratch. Dry the bag with a clean cloth.
Apply vinyl cleaner to a cloth and rub the scratched area quickly but gently until it becomes warm from the friction of the cloth. The friction from rubbing the cleaner over the scratch should remove the scuff mark and smooth out the scratch. Be careful not to rub too roughly because this can further damage the surface of the bag.
Rub the bag with a vinyl polish and cloth to rub down any rough edges, smooth out the surface and bring back the luster of the material.
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