Cleaning Tokidoki.....

  1. What products should I use to clean up my tokidoki? I got a tiny bit of eyeliner on it, would that come off? :confused1:
     
  2. You could try and use soap and water but don't get it on the leather parts. I actually use baby wipes to wipe stuff off of mine and they work great. Again, not on the leather though. And if you have stains that won't come off everyone swears by a clean eraser!
     
  3. Do you think i can use that Tide bleach stick thingy on it? I just tried soap and makeup remover wipes, it not working.:crybaby:
     
  4. I don't know if you can use that, it might leave a mark.:confused1:
     

  5. :huh:h, good to know! thanks!
     
  6. Did you try the Tide stick?? :confused1:
     
  7. id be too scared to try the tide stick. I just used a MR Clean Magic eraser and it worked pretty well.
     
  8. Oooooooooh, I'm gettin me hands on one of them mr clean magic eraserz. :yahoo:
     
  9. The ladies at a Lesportsac shop I visited recommended shout wipes and then a damp washcloth or paper towel to rinse of the residue. I still have yet to do it myself but it doesn't sound like a bad idea.
     
  10. That does sound like a great idea....I :heart: shout...maybe I should get some shout wipes too!

    I just keep stocking up on these cleaning/protective products and haven't used a single thing yet! :graucho:
     
  11. The tide pen works wonders, it gets off all the little stains! Magic-I tell u
     
  12. i broke down!! (Hubby went to the store and brought me tide sticks) I LOVE IT!!! It rocks! And the coolest thing about it is you dont have to wash it right away!! (or really at all according to the package!)
     
  13. aw how sweet of your hubby :biggrin:
     
  14. I use toner (facial) to clean, it turned out pretty good... just put a little bit on q-tip or cotton pad. If it's good for your face, it's definitely good enough for your Tokis :yes:
     
  15. interesting fact, i might have to try that.