Flo cleaning questions

gatorgirl07

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My bone as is came and there is a small dirt spot on the front. Idk if I can get it out, but I tried rubbing it out with my finger and its not going away
 

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Try a soft, clean, white cloth or towel. Use a circular motion. The cloth might help lift the stain out. Good luck.
 

hopi

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Sarah will have a stroke....
but I have an Oyster flo and of course I dripped coffee on it and
took a Clorox cleaner wippee to it and it came right off.
 

MiaBorsa

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Sarah will have a stroke....
but I have an Oyster flo and of course I dripped coffee on it and
took a Clorox cleaner wippee to it and it came right off.
:roflmfao: As long as you don't use an SOS pad, I'll be OK.
 

Nebo

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I didnt notice the spot :smile: All good advice. I willl just add if you have apple cleaner try with that. Aple conditioner is also a mild cleaner.
 

gatorgirl07

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Then I used a little spit (I know, gross....) And it made it better. So now you can really see it and the spot it gone. Can't decide if I am going to spray it with apple guard or not.....

Its really not as noticeable when it isn't zoomed in 200x
 

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I would use a little saddle soap in a circular motion. I have used saddle soap on several of my natural flos as well as a taupe flo and it worked beautifully on the flo leather. Prior to saddle soap, I had been using Apple conditioner and the saddle soap really does work a tad better on the flo leather IMO.!