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    Default Product/process for color transfer on LV canvas

    I have a Damier Azur bag with color transfer from blue jeans on it. The stain is very old (bought the bag used) and multiple products were used on it to to try to remove it but nothing worked. Is there any product in the V7 kit that might work in removing the stain? If not in this kit is there another product I should try?

    Thanks in advance!

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    Oops found it on this chart! Disregard.
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    >>> Is there any product in the V7 kit that might work in removing the stain?

    Prep-4.4 > Clean-3.8 > Rinse-3.0 system might work.
    See example here:
    http://www.leathercleaningrestoratio...y-with-soiling.


    >>> If not in this kit is there another product I should try?

    CleanDye-7.9 > Acidifier-2.0 system formulated specially for blue jean dye stain removal.
    http://www.leatherdoctor.com/cleandye-7-9-1/


    >>> The stain is very old (bought the bag used)

    Typically when a stain is old or age removal is not at easy as it is fresh.


    >>> and multiple products were used on it to try to remove it but nothing worked.

    Failed attempt dye stain removal may also set the stain, thus making removal more difficult.

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    >>> I have a Damier Azur bag with color transfer from blue jeans on it.

    Please show some before pictures!

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    Photos of dye transfer
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    This is simulated leather or PVC thus non-absorbent.

    Reverse transfer with CleanDye-7.9 > Acidifier-2.0 > Protector-B/B+ system . . .
    Cut Towel-5 the size of the white square, saturate with CleanDye-7.9 and place it without any air space onto one of the worse stain square.
    Observe every 4 hours with pictures taken to show the progress.
    Let see the first picture with the Towel-5 CleanDye-7.9 in place if you have done it correctly.
    Make sure Acidifier-2.0 is available as a pH-balancer and rinse.

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    Ok thanks!

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    Any dyestuff reverse to the cut-out-Towel-5?

    Change and repeat up to 72hrs to see the final result.

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