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Spending time in Texas’s most populous city is sure to take a toll on your bag. With such a large population, and the sub-tropical weather the Southeast is notorious for, who knows what your bag may face day-to-day. From knocks, scratches, and stains, it’s important to get the proper care for your bag. If your bag needs some TLC, just give one of the following repair shops a call, and don’t worry about the shoe shops, most cobblers and shoe repair shops have worked on plenty of bags. They’ll make sure to treat your bag with as much care as possible.

Houston Quality Shoe Repair

3421 Kirby Dr
Houston, TX 77098

Phone: (877) 376-0872

Walt’s Shoe Shop

18720 TX-249
Houston, TX 77070

Phone: (281) 807-1868

Shoe Savers

2438 Bissonnet St
Houston, TX 77005

Phone: (713) 524-3357

Alexander’s Boot & Shoe Shine

14110 Briarworth Dr
Houston, TX 77077

Phone: (832) 890-6775

Mighty Fine Shoe Repair

1400 S Victory Dr
Houston, TX 77088

Phone: (281) 448-9255

Park Place Shoe Repair

8014 Park Pl Blvd
Houston, TX 77087

Phone: (713) 645-1263

Village Shoe Shop

2507 Rice Boulevard
Houston, TX 77005

Phone: (713) 528-8424

Reagan’s Shoe & Boot Repair

4209 Lyons Ave
Houston, TX 77020

Phone: (713) 672-8543

Express Shoe Repair

12921 FM 1960
Houston, TX 77065

Phone: (281) 890-5166

Sam’s Shoe Repair

10815 S Post Oak Rd
Houston, TX 77035

Phone: (713) 721-2810

Jesse’s Shoe REPAIR LLC

607 College Ave
South Houston, TX 77587

Phone: (713) 944-9019

Alexander Shoe Repair

9117 Cullen Blvd C
Houston, TX 77051

Phone: (713) 734-9386

Shoe Repair Plus

12217 Alief Clodine Rd
Houston, TX 77082

Phone: (713) 927-6106

J&J Shoe Repair

2520 E Broadway St #100
Pearland, TX 77581

Phone: (281) 605-0944

A-1 Shoe Repair

11709 Jones Rd
Houston, TX 77070

Phone: (281) 890-5267

New Life Shoe Repair

17430 W Little York Rd b
Houston, TX 77084

Phone: (281) 859-6038

Alberto Shoe Repair Service, Leather Shoes Shop

14071 Memorial Dr
Houston, TX 77079

Phone: (281) 493-4091

Bellaire Shoe Hospital

6811 Chimney Rock Rd
Bellaire, TX 77401

Phone: (832) 742-9974

Sapphire Leatherwork & Shoe Repair

6415 San Felipe St suite H 1
Houston, TX 77057

Phone: (832) 962-7637

Bellaire Shoe Repair

5204 Bellaire Blvd
Bellaire, TX 77401

Phone: (713) 665-9071

dr Shoe Repair

1427 Gessner Rd #4
Houston, TX 77080

Phone: (713) 465-7711

Shoe Repair by Sparkle

930 Main St t250
Houston, TX 77002

Phone: (713) 658-1082

The Village Cobbler Shoe And Boot Repair

9311 Katy Fwy Suite C
Houston, TX 77024

Phone: (713) 465-1815

G & M Shoe Care

5400 Bellaire Blvd
Bellaire, TX 77401

Phone: (713) 529-7151

West Shoe Hospital

10844 Westheimer Rd
Houston, TX 77042

Phone: (713) 977-6347

Artisan Custom Belt & Handbag

5611 Winsome Ln
Houston, TX 77057

Phone: (713) 785-2358

Tips for extending your bag’s life in Houston.

The weather in Houston can rain havoc on your favorite bag. The humidity, long wet season, and risk of hurricanes all mean extra care is needed in Houston’s climate.

Check the weather

It’s always worth giving the weather app a quick look before going anywhere, especially during the summers. Houston’s wet season runs from May-October, meaning you risk tropical rainstorms during most of the year.

Dry your bag properly

If you do get caught out in the wet, or just a very humid day, make sure you dry your bag properly when you get home. Avoid leaving your bag in direct sun or next to a heater as you risk drying out the leather too much. Best practice is to keep it under a ceiling fan for a few hours to air out properly.

Store them right

Before storing your bag for your next use, stuff it with newspaper [some people also recommend using natural fibers like linen/cotton] to keep its shape and reduce creasing. Store your bags in a dust cover and refrain from hanging them up as this can wear out the handles.

Get a professional

Mold or fungus on leather bags is common in humid climates, especially during the rainy season. In extreme cases it can destroy the leather irreversibly if not treated immediately. The best thing to do if you notice mold or fungus on your favorite bag is to take it to a care professional. They’ll use industry-standard treatments to remove the fungus without damaging your bag.

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