Removing Dye That Transferred Onto a Leather Purse

I have a beautiful Nine West white, hard leather purse. It got stained by my black suede winter coat. It is very beautiful and expensive and brand new. Please help me to get it back to white. Thank you.


By minoo from NY


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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?

Jacki from OH


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: (04/29/2008)

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