2 Different Apples, and which one do you use for what?

coachmommyofmin

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Oct 6, 2008
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I just noticed on the the leatherstuff website that they have two apples. One is a rain and stain repellant and one is a leather cleaner...

Which one do you really use for what?
I always use the leather cleaner to condition new bags, but I have never used a stain repelland, just now noticed it on the website...

Should I first use the cleaner/moisturizer and then the repellant, or just one of them? Now I m confused. I've tried to do a seach, but I couldn't find a thread where both are explained....

Use both, or just one? And which one is more important? Or does it depend on the color of a bag? :confused1: Please advise...
 

nobodypanic

Handbag Warrior
May 6, 2008
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The leather cleaner and leather care are not the same thing. Generally I only use the Leather care (moisturizer) on my coach bags and it seems to be enough to keep everything nice. I have used the rain and stain on a few bags, but usually I don't think its necessary. I do use it on my one suede bag though and it works nicely.
 

runner22

dreaming of Coach...
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Jan 13, 2008
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The cleaner and conditioner are two different products. The cleaner is too harsh for some leather bags so I don't even own it. I use the conditioner though for all of my leather bags. I then use the rain and stain repellant and spray after conditioning.
 

i_love_yorkie

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Apr 8, 2007
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cleaner: clean something "already" dirty.
rain and stain repellant: spray to PREVENT further staining.
conditioner: soften the leather