Removing Dye That Transferred Onto a Leather Purse

My new black cotton top has caused black dye to rub off on my pink leather purse and also on my yellow purse. I have tried rubbing alcohol and also hair spray. It does nothing. Any suggestions?

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Jacki from OH

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Removing Dye That Transferred Onto a Leather Purse

I think using a specialty product would be best when it comes to removing dye transfer on leather. When using on test products you run the risk of causing more damage. Here is a leather stain remover: furnitureclinic.co.uk. (04/29/2008)

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