Clothing Dye Transferred to Faux Leather Purse

I was wearing a red blouse and carrying a white purse in the hot sun. Some of the dye somehow transferred onto the purse, and I can't get it out. The purse is not real leather, but still a pretty good fake. Please help! Thanks.

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By Brenda from Miami, FL

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December 9, 20130 found this helpful

I had the same thing happen with a cream leather bag and I used pure alcohol and it worked.

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