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    I stripped the patent leather on this ChanelAttachment 8585, now it fuzzy, any suggestions on what I should use to redye blackAttachment 8584
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    hi Roger, any suggestions on this patent leather, I stripped it , what should i do to redye the black or what should I use
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    Im not sure if patent leather should be fuzzy after stripping the old color?

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    >>> I stripped the patent leather on this Chanel

    Do you have a before picture?

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    >>> Im not sure if patent leather should be fuzzy after stripping the old color?

    It should not be fuzzy, rather it is a smooth leather with a heavy topcoat.

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    Here is a before picture
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    >>> any suggestions on this patent leather, I stripped it , what should i do to redye the black or what should I use.

    The reverse of patent leather is suede.

    The reverse of "simulated" leather is synthetic.

    How would you like it to look like?

    Smooth as the original is not possible - it will still look fuzzy in black.

    Note:
    The logo does not look genuine - where it meet should be a recess with a gap.
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    The serial number appears to be authentic. Can i make it look suede? The part that is fuzzy now?
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    >>> Can i make it look suede? The part that is fuzzy now?

    The synthetic fiber will continue to fall off, it is not suede.

    Remove them all and used Adhesor-73 > Bicast-32 > Bicast-76 > BicastTop-76G > HighGloss (patent) > Protector-B/B+ system - to produce high gloss simulated leather (as an option).
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    Thank you, I will do that

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    The serial number look right to you?. Looks right by website for it.

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    >>> The serial number look right to you?. Looks right by website for it.

    Where did you look up, that this "patent leather" bag is produced by Chanel?

    What is Chanel definition of "patent leather"?

    "Patent leather" should be nappy suede on the reverse side, and this fuzzy material is not suede. Check it out with them!

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