Glazing on vernis

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  1. So i am fed up with glazing issues! Retiring my keyholder bc of it. But i need a new piece to replace it. Is the glazing on vernis cles pochettes problematic? Thx
     
  2. What key holder are you talking about?
     
  3. My 4 key in multicolor
     
  4. Bump! Has anyone had glazing issues on vernis pieces? Key holders or cles? Thx
     
  5. I have the 6 key in Indian Rose. I've only had it for 4 months but I drop it on a daily basis..sometimes more than once. The piece still looks brand new. No scratches. No glazing issues, and no color transfer. At the rate in which I drop this I'm surprised it isn't completely scuffed up. If I do develop glazing issues I wouldn't be able to blame LV as this piece has taken a beating. Not intentionally mind you....it was just a bit of a learning curve to get used to using it and being able to get to my keys as quickly as possible. Now I only drop it once or twice per week vs once or twice per day :smile:

    P.s. it's been dropped on concrete, in parking garages, office floors, iron stairs. Lol
     
  6. Wow thanks!