Challenges facing the luggage industry
Luggage and bags are mostly made of leather and textile fabrics. Leather is rich in protein, fat and other nutrients, which is easy to breed mold, while the irregular microporous structure of leather is easy to absorb moisture, thereby promoting the reproduction of mold. During the processing of leather into products, large quantities of fatliquors are used, and this item is a breeding ground for mold growth. At the same time, textile fabrics also have a strong ability to absorb moisture, which can accelerate the reproduction of mold. Wet luggage can also cause some hardware accessories to corrode, lining and skin damage.
Here are some of the challenges the luggage industry often faces:
The luggage industry often uses the addition of anti-mold agents to cut off the conditions for mold growth and reproduction. This method is a cure for the symptoms but not the root cause, does not meet the requirements of environmental protection, and cannot solve other problems of moisture in the luggage, such as corrosion of accessories, deformation of the lining, and moisture in the packaging. deformation, etc. The effective solution is to keep the raw materials dry and hygienic during the production process, place a desiccant in the finished product packaging box, and place a high moisture absorption calcium chloride desiccant in the shipping container.
In addition, we can use our activated carbon deodorant for luggage products with strong odor.