I bought a used Speedy with a nice patina a few weeks ago. I originally bought a new one but instead I really wanted one a couple of years old that I wouldn't worry about so much if I took it in the rain or something. The handles were just a little bit too dark for me and I decided to use the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser on them. I did it very lightly and was thrilled with the results! They came out SO nice. I immediately conditioned with a leather conditioner (very expensive one) that I've used on other bags and it's so nice and rich, it even takes water spots out. Well, now the handles don't look quite right... it's like they NEED conditioner but if I use it, it seems to soak right in. It will look super for 5 minutes only. I doubt if someone would look at the handles and see something wrong with them -- but I notice it. Have I ruined the vachetta leather? Or is there another conditioner I can use? Am tempted to try extra virgin olive oil or something... if I hold it for hours at a time will the oils from my hands eventually help?? I was prepared to replace the handles if I screwed them up but of course I don't want to do that... then I'll have as much $$ as it costs for a new one in a used purse with new handles which is exactly what I didn't want! Any help appreciated!!! I feel like such a dummie now.