Anyone else obsessed with Nena & Co. bags right now? I fell in love with huipil bags a few years ago and owned a couple of them, but ever since I found out about Nena & Co. handbags and owned one, I am loyal to that brand. I think they sell the best quality and the cutest huipil bags, their designs are unique and different from all the other ones. And Ali the owner of Nena & Co.? She is so real, humble and sweet. Her and husband Jeremy are also huge fans of Korean food! Anyone that loves Korean food that much automatically becomes my friends.
Now that I own several Nena & Co. and other huipil bags, I’ve noticed that some start fraying as it wears and tears, some have frays on them already when bought, so this is what I have done to the bags and it works wonderfully! It keeps the bags looking new and protects them from future fraying.
WARNING: My speaker was being weird(a.k.a a brand new phone and had the clear protector covering the speaker.) so it starts out quiet but then gets LOUD. You’ve been warned!
What You Need:
- Pierce open the fray check.
- Dab on the loose threads. You only have to dab on one side of the loose thread, the side that’s touching the bag.
- Wait 5 minutes to dry.
- Snip the loose threads.
*Fray check dries clear and is machine and dry washable.
***I did not receive payment for this post. I did receive a Dyson Pure Hot + Cold to feature but had no obligation to post about the Nena & Co. bags.