Hello all bag lovers! I just purchased my first Boy bag from the 20C collection in lambskin. Not only is it lambskin, but it is also a light peachy nude color (called Light Brown). It is a gorgeous bag and it is the perfect nude that is somewhat different from others that I have seen. It has a warm peachy undertone. Anyhow, I want to take preventive measures by spraying a water repellent on the leather to avoid color transfer or future stains. I'm into preventive so I will not wear new indigo (or any indigo) jeans why I use this Boy as a precaution but still accidents happen (wine spill, spaghetti, Ink, etc) Has anyone ever sprayed any type of water repellent onto their Chanel light color lambskin bag (in matte)? I did put leather conditioner on it, a non wax formula from Kate Spade and it did not alter the leather or change the color at all. I've only had the bag for a few days and it's been in the boutique about 2 weeks. Technically I don't think it needed any moisturizing now but I felt better putting something on the leather vs waiting to see a sign of dehydration. I know, sometimes less is more. Is that true in this case? Chanel said do not put anything on the leather. I don't understand that concept. How can that be good for the leather to not put any conditioner on it...EVER?