LV Vernis Color Transfer?

speedysteph

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Dec 29, 2005
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Is there any way to clean up LV Vernis bags/accessories?

There are several authentic Vernis items on eBay for really great prices b/c they have a color transfer/marks/discoloration. Is there something you can use to remove discolorations on the Vernis?
 

supersaucy

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Nov 16, 2005
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Unfortunately, there is no way to "remove" color transfer because it becomes part of the leather. The only solution (well prevention, rather) is to take good care of your bags. But I own multiple vernis pieces, and I've never had a problem.
 

Noriko

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Sep 13, 2005
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Hawaii~
Thats why I don't buy really light vernis pieces. It happens to the darker pieces as well but IMO it doesn't look as bad. My SA said that there is no way to remove this after it happens :sad: So just be careful!@
 

Raspberry

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Sep 13, 2005
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I've owned a couple of Marshmallow pieces for a year and a half with no problems. So I agree that it really does depend on how you take care of them.
 

Vuittonhammie

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Feb 14, 2006
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Just keep your LV vernis goods away from PENS and NEWSPAPERS. Looks like those are the biggest 2 culprits right there.
 

shu

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Jan 17, 2006
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OT, but what about the MC?

I haven't used mine yet, but I've heard that the monogram fades. Is this a big and noticeable problem? How long is it before this happens? And is there any way to prevent it?
 

PurseFanatic

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Feb 8, 2006
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I wanted a Reade for Valentines but the SA talked me out of it, she had me scared it would practically disintegrate in my hands! HAHA. Seriously she was just saying "Don't wear black jeans with it" or the dye from the jeans will rub off. I don't wear jeans anyway, so I got the Speedy 40.