|A stack of gorgeous vintage suitcases|
|Some tools of the suitcase sprucing trade|
The first step is to give them a good wipe over with warm water and a damp cloth to remove any surface grime. We'll give them a better scrubbing down the track. The first thing you'll want to do is to get rid on any musty smells that are lingering, and to do that you will need some kitty litter.
|Breeder's Choice kitty litter to remove musty smells|
|Garbage bags, they complement any decor|
|Spots of old mould|
Once you've done this use some Glen-20 spray on the area to deactivate any remaining spores, there are directions for containing mould on the can. The thing about mould is that you can't really 'kill' it, so make sure that any mould affected cases are kept in dry parts of the house and are aired regularly. Don't use them to store anything that would be damaged should the mould reoccur.
|Michael- my hand model- using an electric wire brush to remove surface rust|
|These handles are leather but the case is vinyl|
|Suitcases provide great storage and can look great stacked up|