Thursday, December 22, 2011

Coach Purse Challenge

What if you could renew your favorite, well-loved, used-and-abused purse? 

Leather Coach purse

This timeworn, leather Coach handbag came to us a few days ago. Rosie, one of our talented Purse Technicians, breathed new life into this tattered bag.

The challenge? To restore the worn leather and revitalize the color, vibrancy, and sheen.

Refinishing the leather by hand
To begin, Rosie cleaned the inside and outside of the bag, and made any necessary repairs to broken threads, tears, etc.

Next, Rosie spent approximately eight hours applying perfectly-mixed leather refinisher by hand, and then sealing the leather to protect the fabric.

Check out the before and after photos of this successful mission:






Restored leather Coach purse

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Mariette's Back to Basics said...

Compliments to Rosie for her tedious job that turned out to be excellent! What a joy to see a purse being revived the way she did!
In this downward economy we need to find re-purpose for the things we already do have; this is an excellent post for motivating people!
Merry Christmas to all of you,


Margaret's Cleaners said...

Thanks, Mariette! Rosie is amazing at what she does; that's why we keep her around! ;)

I agree; re-purposing and restoring old goods is the best way to have something "new" in a tough economy. Thanks for your kind words. Merry Christmas to you, too!