Backpacks are essential for kids, students, and travelers carrying homework and supplies on the go. Over time, food, moisture, and everyday wear and tear can make a backpack filthy and smelly. Luckily, most backpacks are built to endure everyday wear and tear, and they aren't that difficult to clean. Most backpacks can be washed in a regular washing machine using detergent, but others need to be hand-washed depending on the material they are made from. With some light cleaning products and a little bit of elbow grease, you can keep your bag clean, and hopefully extend its lifespan.
2017 is coming to an end, J.D. Leather Goods and Stuff wish you and your family happy new year in 2018.
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Cut the end off the strap to even up any torn or frayed edges. Avoid cutting too much fabric off of the end; otherwise, you will end up with a strap that is too short. For purses with two straps, remove the threads from one end of the unbroken strap and cut it the same length you cut the broken one to ensure both straps are the same length when you are finished.
Sling backpacks have just one strap that typically crosses from one corner of the pack to the other. While you can just tuck your arm through the sling loop and carry the pack on one shoulder, with heavy loads it is most comfortable if you cross the strap over your chest like a bandolier. This way the weight is on your back, not your shoulder. The body of the pack may have a conventional square or teardrop shape, narrow at the top and wide at the bottom.
Leather has played an important role in the development of civilization. From prehistoric times man has used the skins of animals to satisfy his basic needs. He has used hides to make clothing, shelter, carpets and even decorative attire. To the Egyptian lady, a fur piece was highly prized as her jewelry. From leather, man-made footwear, belts, clothing, containers for liquids, boats and even armor.
Thanksgiving Day in the United States is an annual day of thanks for the blessings of the past year, observed on the fourth Thursday in November in each of the states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. It is a historical, national, and religious holiday that began with the Pilgrims. After the survival of their first colony through the bitter winter, and the gathering of the harvest, Gov. William Bradford of Plymouth Colony issued a Thanksgiving proclamation in the autumn of 1621. This first Thanksgiving lasted three days, during which the Pilgrims feasted on wild turkey and venison with their Indian guests.