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Jul 29, 2012, 1:27pm   #181
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Originally Posted by ceestar
This might sound ridiculous, but how do you know which kind of leather your Mulberry is?! I've just bought an oversized Alexa, it's cream and I am a bit scared of spraying it because it's such a light colour... And I'm at a boss as to what to rub any grubbiness off with as well, with it being cream it marks up fairly easily but so far so good....
Hi ceestar - maybe an idea to open a specific thread with a piccie of your bag so we can see, as your question may well be overlooked in this thread! - there is also a reference thread for all the different Mulberry leathers which could be of interest to you?....
Jul 29, 2012, 2:15pm   #182
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Originally Posted by Roxaholic
Hi ceestar - maybe an idea to open a specific thread with a piccie of your bag so we can see, as your question may well be overlooked in this thread! - there is also a reference thread for all the different Mulberry leathers which could be of interest to you?....
I can't make new threads yet as I haven't enough posts I don't think, I wanted to post my first bag as everybody here was so helpful with their advice. I will certainly have a look for the reference thread though so thank you for that
Jul 29, 2012, 2:37pm   #183
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Originally Posted by ceestar
I can't make new threads yet as I haven't enough posts I don't think, I wanted to post my first bag as everybody here was so helpful with their advice. I will certainly have a look for the reference thread though so thank you for that
Look forward to seeing your lovely bag in due course!! - but in the meantime that other reference thread for leathers may give you some pointers! Welcome to Mulberry!...
May 23, 2015, 1:50am   #184
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Bumping this amazing topic
May 23, 2015, 3:21am   #185
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That's really brave and incredibly good to see also. I've never drenched any of mine but I wish I'd got into Collinil sooner as my oak alana has the mother of all water stains on it from my stupidity of putting her on a table with a bloody puddle of water on it and now she's got a massive streak in her bottom :(

Thanks for bumping slowhand. I'm off to spray!!!!
May 23, 2015, 4:28am   #186
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Originally Posted by Slowhand
Bumping this amazing topic

I love this topic, quite happy to look at it again, totally nuts and really helpful ...........amazing what Collonil can do
May 23, 2015, 12:17pm   #187
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Blimey thanks for this Slowhand - I've been to scared to use Collonil and so don't take my bags out in the rain I know what I'll be doing in the next couple of days, now where did I put the spray...
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