Squeaky Black Flamma Cloud Clutch Hinges

indiaink

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See subject. Any ideas? I hate to use oil, although I could put a paper towel in to catch overflow and not get it on the leather.

Otherwise, I adore this bag - it’s a better size than the BV Pouch, and the leather? Divine! Just those squeaky hinges. I bought it pre-loved, it arrived today; I’ve reached out to MG and the seller to see what the options are.

BUT! Here are the pros, so figured somebody here would know what to do.
 
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indiaink

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Figured it out on my own - took a q-tip, doused it with Bick 4 Leather Conditioner and soaked the hinges, closed and opened the bag a few times, problem solved. Worked extra conditioner into the leather. Win-win. This is a beautiful bag and I’ll be purchasing at least one more, in the Spiga color.

THANKS ANYWAY, folks!
 

JenJBS

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So happy to hear you got your bag, and love it! :yahoo: I agree it's a better size than the BV Pouch. Very clever way to fix the problem of the noisy hinges! :tup:
 
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indiaink

When your own initials are enough.
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May 3, 2007
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So happy to hear you got your bag, and love it! :yahoo: I agree it's a better size than the BV Pouch. Very clever way to fix the problem of the noisy hinges! :tup:
Yeah - it's a win-win, because ... if the 'liquid' goes anywhere, it's on the leather - and it's leather conditioner. LOL. I know, master of the obvious.
 
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