Help - problem with black spots on white multicolor

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  1. Hi,
    I have this Koala wallet, which I love to death and probably used it too much because it now has blackish gray spots/discoloration/color transfer (I don't know what to call it). See attached photo....Does anyone know if there is anything I can do about it? Thanks so much....

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  2. I think someone said dawn dishwashing liquid with a soft cloth and water works for color transfer on their Azur speedy. Try that?

    Good luck!
  3. Hi,
    I'd wait for more replies but I'm pretty sure that's just dirt. I believe my theda had a few spots like that - not as much as your wallet has but a few. I just took a q-tip with a little water and gently rub the areas. I think one or two spots required a TEEENY LITTLE bit of mild soap but all the spots came right off.

    That's the only multicolore piece that I own so like I said, I'd wait for more confirmation but I had no problems with the q-tip/water mix.

    Hope that Helps!!!
  4. Yeah its dirt. Try using a soft cloth and cleaning it. You can even use a magic E on it just rub gently.
  5. It is dirt.