Cleaning Your Cambridge Luggage Travel Case
To remove dirt or surface residue, gently wipe the case with a soft, damp cloth. To bring out aluminum’s natural shine, buff your case with a coat of mild, silica-free (Silica-based products can scratch the aluminum surface) polishing wax. Admire your handywork.
To remove dirt or surface residue, gently wipe the case with a soft, damp cloth. You can use a mild, non-abrasive, detergent (such as Dawn® dish soap) to aid in the removal of any oil-based residue.
Do not us any abrasive or silica-based products. These compounds can scratch the polycarbonate surface.
To remove dirt and surface residue, gently wipe the case clean using a soft, damp cloth. For extra shine and care, use saddle soap or a high-quality leather treatment product as directed. Do not use waxes, or silicone-based formulas that may impair the ability of the leather to “breathe.” For stubborn, persistent stains, consult with a professional leather cleaner for help.
To remove dirt and surface residue, begin by brushing debris from the nylon with a soft, nylon-bristled brush. Follow this first step by wiping the case clean using a soft, damp cloth. Do not saturate the case. Allow the nylon case to dry completely away from direct sunlight.
FOAM INSERTS (CAMERA AND TECHNICAL CASES)
Cambridge Luggage uses the highest quality foam available. However, as in any product, the very properties of foam material make it subject to degradation over time. If you notice any appearance of fine powder, loss of resiliency, noticeable color change or a consistency change such as a rubbery soft feel, it is time to obtain a replacement set of foam.
As a maintenance procedure, we recommend that you replace the foam interior of your case every five years. It is important to note that it is your responsibility as case owner to regularly check for foam degradation and to replace the foam as necessary. Cambridge Luggage is not responsible for any damage sustained to the contents of the case due to foam degradation.