TikTok users were both livid and shocked to see the condition of an expensive handbag. A video of the damage was uploaded by the restorer where a five-year-old girl had drawn on her mom’s $2.8K white Chanel handbag.
People who are more into owning fashionable items know better about the products of Chanel. And when you are having any clothes, accessories, and bags from Chanel, it’s obvious that you need to take good care of them. However, being a mother, it’s not always easy to keep it out of children’s reach and a similar thing happened where a mom had to face the repercussions.
A mom felt completely crushed after her five-year-old daughter took her $2.8K white Chanel handbag and drew all over it with a blue marker pen. As we all might have expected the bag to be only a shell of what it once was, there’s one way to fix it up. The mother approached The Handbag Clinic where they have experts who can restore such bags from the horrible condition.
The video of the restoration process was shared on TikTok with the caption: “What would you do if your daughter drew on a £2,000 Chanel? This is exactly what happened to this lady who booked her bag into our clinic. We carefully cleaned the ink and then use our unique metallic pigment to remove the staining.”
The video has received almost 100,000 likes and has been watched more than 400,000 times. Also, several people commented on the post and many believed that they couldn’t tolerate it if the same happened with them. Some moms even joked to ‘throw away’ the child. A person commented: “Return it. And no, I don’t mean the bag.” The second one jokes: “This is my daily birth control.”
The third suggested selling the child and buying a new bag would be a nice idea. But not everyone was so frustrated at the child’s activity. One of the users said that we need to understand that the kids don’t get the value of things. And if this doesn’t sound good enough for someone, then having a kid might not be a good idea. A person wrote: “Y’all should not have children if you’re going to care about a materialistic good more.”