How to moisturize the vachetta?

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  1. I often clean my LVs with baby diaper wipe. I just read a thread how it can dry up the vachetta leather. I was wondering what can I use or do to prevent drying and cracking.

    I did notice that my Cherry Blossom PTI wallet does seem to show some drying but all my other LV strap & handles seems to be ok.

    Any suggestions? Thanks!
  2. I use Apple Brand's Leather care "Leather Conditioner." :smile:It's a cream that I apply, sparingly, using a soft terry cloth. I use it on all my leather stuff. :yes: The bottle states that it will even provide water resistance but I've never tried to test it.