Help! Color transfer on my Mono Vernis Wallet

sweetneet

over the moon
Aug 8, 2007
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you can try NON-ACETONE nail polish remover (apply a bit with a q-tip). sometimes there's ink stains on vernis and that takes it off, and in my experience, does not damage the vernis. i'd still be a bit careful in doing it though. good luck!!
 

MatAllston

O.G.
Sep 19, 2006
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you can try NON-ACETONE nail polish remover (apply a bit with a q-tip). sometimes there's ink stains on vernis and that takes it off, and in my experience, does not damage the vernis. i'd still be a bit careful in doing it though. good luck!!

Sweetneet, thanks for the tip. I will remember that just in case I get color transfer down the road. Hope that won't happen.
 

hawaii2484

i'm a happy girl
Jul 8, 2007
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0
oh no!!! i hate ink stains. unfortunately, ink never comes off, at least for me it doesn't. i got blue ink on one of my first designer bags, the dooney and burke "it" bag, and it's still there after all these years.

i hope the stain is pencil; try using a heavy duty charcoal eraser from an art store.
 
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