Cleaning of LV Bags

nanh

O.G.
May 30, 2010
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Dubai
Hello everyone... I looked up the other threads and FAQs for cleaning LV bags... but couldn't get an answer that I could rely on ... hence decided to post here... I hope some of you can help me with your knowledge and experience as I am relatively new to LV as well as this forum :smile:

I've used my LV bags during travel a couple of times... but now due to wear and tear I've noticed the handles (cow hyde area) and one part of the main body has a stain.
The handles are turning - blackish and dirty.

I would like to know what's the best and most effective of cleaning this.

Attaching a few pictures for your reference and look forward to your responses.
 

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LouisLVer

O.G.
Jul 14, 2010
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Hello everyone... I looked up the other threads and FAQs for cleaning LV bags... but couldn't get an answer that I could rely on ... hence decided to post here... I hope some of you can help me with your knowledge and experience as I am relatively new to LV as well as this forum :smile:

I've used my LV bags during travel a couple of times... but now due to wear and tear I've noticed the handles (cow hyde area) and one part of the main body has a stain.
The handles are turning - blackish and dirty.

I would like to know what's the best and most effective of cleaning this.

Attaching a few pictures for your reference and look forward to your responses.
I always expect honey, but never grey. Did you find a solution? I need one badly.
 

amymaria

housecat
Jan 16, 2009
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The wonderful world of LV + H
This is happening with my Palermo. I tried baby wipes (non-alcohol ones) and even magic eraser. I wouldn't recommend using magic eraser on new non-patina'd vachetta. It's too harsh for that and strips it of oils. I'd stick to baby wipes - if it doesn't come off I would leave it and bring it to LV to clean professionally.