Best way to clean a golf bag

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PhilTheFragger

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My Callaway bag has several white panels which have now got mud splats on, and I'd like to tittivate it a bit.

I was thinking warm soapy water and an old toothbrush

What do you lot think? :)

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buy a new one, work out how much you earn per hr then work out how long to clean = new bag easily

I have an R11 TMX one and cannot get the mesh white regardless of time or miracle chemicals
 
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buy a new one, work out how much you earn per hr then work out how long to clean = new bag easily

I have an R11 TMX one and cannot get the mesh white regardless of time or miracle chemicals
It cost £125 6 months ago and is in perfect condition apart from the mud, so loathed to ditch it already
I shall have a go and report back :)
 

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I lays have white bags as they are a bit flashier than black ones. I just go and buy a good quality carpet/upholstery satin remover and use that, always served me well. I find once the satin remover has had a good chance to soak in then a nail brush and a bit of elbow grease brings the bag up really nice. Once you get it clean I always gave my bag a spray with a fabric waterproofing spray. I find that helps to keep it clean longer as you can give it a wipe like a vinyl bag.

I wouldn't bother with normal clothing type satin removers as they are normally more delicate and do not get the ground in dirt out.
 

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My Callaway bag has several white panels which have now got mud splats on, and I'd like to tittivate it a bit.

I was thinking warm soapy water and an old toothbrush

What do you lot think? :)

Cheers
So, when you get to "a certain age " this is the sort of thing you have to post up ..... Heaven help us when we get to your age?
 

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I tind the cheap anti bac sprays you get in supermarkets for about a quid.

Use a microfibre cloth damp with hot water, spray the bag and wipe clean. Works a treat.

If you want to go the whole hog, you can use a steam cleaner with microfibre socks on for head covers and shoulder straps to revive them.

The best thing to do is keep a clean cloth in your bag and when you finish a round damp in in the last water hazard then use it to clean your bag straight after the round.
 
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