Best Leather cleaner product

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It depends upon the stain... Is it ink, oil or something else
People use Meltonia with good results ..ask a shoemaker
Perhaps others will chime in for comments
 

Imagenatas

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Jul 25, 2020
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Hi guys. Picking up a second hand for the wife. I was wondering what you would use to clean this stain. I'm a guy and don't want to make it worse. I might take it to my local cobbler. I believe its a cream colored calf skin.
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rakleader

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start with cotton pad and water, and then move up to different cleaners.
that looks like a coated leather, so hopefully the grime is on the surface and wipes off.

an alternative is Gum Eraser
 

kit_fab

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in general, i normally clean my bags with cadillac boot & show leather lotion, it normally brings out the shine.. as for stains i really am wary now after an incident :shocked:
tried to remove a pen mark on my bag with some hairspray and cotton bud (as recommended on the internet), ended up having a faded spot on my bag! i'm heartbroken! so i guess i cant tell you how to remove the stain.. but i can tell you what NOT to do! :-s
any chance anyone here knows what is the best leather dye i can restore the faded spot with?
 

Shelby33

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in general, i normally clean my bags with cadillac boot & show leather lotion, it normally brings out the shine.. as for stains i really am wary now after an incident :shocked:
tried to remove a pen mark on my bag with some hairspray and cotton bud (as recommended on the internet), ended up having a faded spot on my bag! i'm heartbroken! so i guess i cant tell you how to remove the stain.. but i can tell you what NOT to do! :-s
any chance anyone here knows what is the best leather dye i can restore the faded spot with?
Tarrago is good, and you may not need to dye it. Try their shoe creams, they come in a million colors and are available on Amazon. Much easier than dye.
 
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