Mini Locked Zip Purse

sophiac

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I was eyeing a MJ key pouch
but i thought GP70 was too much to pay for that...so imagine my surprise when my friend bought me this!



but sad to say, the mulberry sales assistant said i could use the colloni waterstop to protect it from darkening - tried it yesterday & the waterspray actually darken it. its no longer a bright orange but a darker orange and the leather feels different too...not a smooth soft leather but like something waxy is stuck on the surface. am now worried with spraying the rest of my mulberry bags...
 

Graciella

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^that's a lovely key pouch! Don't worry too much about the collonil - I hated my choc bays when it was treated with it, but the stiffness/funny feel dissapeard after a day or so. Just use it and it'll become lovely again.
 

clooneyismine

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^that's a lovely key pouch! Don't worry too much about the collonil - I hated my choc bays when it was treated with it, but the stiffness/funny feel dissapeard after a day or so. Just use it and it'll become lovely again.
I totally agree. I spray all of mine with collinil and it always feels slightly different but it is only temporary. Then the lovely feel of the leather and smell returns...
 

sophiac

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really?

so it goes back to being soft and touchable again??

might wait and see how it goes before i decide to spray my black bags...does anyone spray on the buckles too or avoid them?
 

BAYLEY39

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spray everything the spray wont harm the hardware in the slighest i have one of these purses too xx
 

Cat_uk

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Try not to worry, I found exactly the same thing when I first sprayed my bags. It soon wears off. And just remember it will protect your bags from nasty water stains so its def worth it.

Oh and I think this purse is very cute!
 
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riffraff

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You have to buff after spraying. Check out Chaz's collonil spray thread, but the biggest thing after spraying is buffing with a soft cloth.
 
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