Could I use Radley cream on my bags?

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  1. I'm off to my local outlet place tonight, they have a few bag shops - Radley, Clarks, Antler, etc and I'm just wondering if Radley bag cream would be ok to put on my Mulberry's?

    I read someone mentioned Clark's have Wooly (?) cream, so maybe I should try that instead?

    Appreciate any recommendations please. Thanks :biggrin:
  2. i have used this on my darwin bags and it was ok have used the radley foam also
  3. Thanks Snowshoe, I just checked the Radley creams and it says use only on Radley bags. So I thought I better not risk it, I got some neutral cream from Clarks, hope that works!

    Thanks! :biggrin:
  4. I've used Radley cream on my Mulberries and they've come up a treat. Didn't even know they were only recommended for radley bags!
  5. Ah glad it worked on your bags bluecat. I picked up a tube in the Radley shop and it said it was designed specifically for radley leathers and to only use it on their bags...I'm sure it's fine, but it was £7.99, and the one in Clark was only £2.69 - cheapskate I am! :biggrin:
  6. I would have done the same thing. I didn't buy the radley cream it was just left over from when I thought Radley were too expensive and hardly used them!