There might be slight variations in color, pattern and material texture on each bag or accessory as this is part of the uniqueness of having a 100% handmade product.
Inspired by the beautiful and unique, one of its kind blossom Lilium Mackliniae, the Shirui lily found only in the picturesque landscape of the Shirui hill ranges in Manipur, India. Siroi Bags are made of reed grass where they are usually grown and largely cultivated in the marsh wetlands of Manipur. They are eco-friendly and hand woven which is durable and washable. Many locals in Manipur women are earning their livelihood through this indigenous craft and supporting their families.
1. Keep them in a complete dry area.
2. Keep away from flammable materials
3. Keep away from water and rain, if you do so, dry it under the sun immediately.
4. Cut the ends with a pair of scissors if the strands loosens up because of time or of use.
5. Clean your bags with a dry or wet cloth if it gets dirty and dry it in the sun.
The best thing about reeds is that water doesn't affect the material. Once dry it will be good as new.
6. If you are not going to use it for a long time, put silica gel to prevent moisture and humidity. ADD moth balls or cedar wood balls to protect from moths and insects.