Hi all! I've had my Mono Canvas Speedy 35 for a week now, I've carried it only a few times so far. Got a droplet of rain on one handle yesterday when I opened my car door (the bag stayed in the car because I wouldn't take it out in the rain). I can still see where the water droplet landed, but it's tiny so its ok, even though I keep obsessing over it! I searched the forum about whether to spray or not to spray the leather and decided to spray it with Wilson's leather spray (one VERY light coating, spraying at least a foot to a foot and a half away). I wrapped the handles and tabs and avoided the piping. I then went back and read some more threads and realized that I was confused and probably shouldn't have sprayed the body of the bag, but that I should have sprayed the handles and piping instead. Now that I've driven myself crazy the past few hours after I realized I was misinterpreting what I was reading, I decided to just let it all be to patina on its own (I'm VERY, VERY careful with my bags and I like patina) -- unless any of you highly recommend the leather protector. However, I'm worried about the light coating of Wilson's leather protectant I sprayed on my bag 5-6 hours ago (this is my favorite spray and have used it for years on my shoes and other bags - Botkier, Bulga, Balenciaga...). I'm the type of person who sprays everything leather to preserve it and keep it from getting dirty -- all my other shoes, bags, and coats are sprayed, but this is my first LV. Has the Wilson's spray dried and left a film on my bag since the MC won't absorb it since it's already pre-treated? I carefully spot blotted the body of the bag (not the vechetta) with a slightly damp cloth and dried it immediately with a dry cloth. Do I need to do this with baby wipes to dissolve the Wilson's spray (have to wait until tomorrow morning to run out and get some)? Any advice is greatly appreciated!!!