Dye Transfer From Jeans to a Leather Purse

I have a B Makowski beige purse. Blue dye from my jeans rubbed off onto it. How do I get it off? The leather is very soft and the bottom of the purse is metallic leather. Please help.


By Jill from Pittsburg, PA


Dye Transfer From Jeans to a Leather Purse

Try leather conditioner. Coach makes some especially for their handbags; maybe your designer does too. Use a soft, clean rag, and lots of elbow grease. Rub in the direction of the grain. I had this happen on my beige leather seats in my vehicle. (12/02/2009)

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