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    Default Unknown Stain on Vachetta Leather of LV Noe

    Good day,

    Could you please provide any advice as to how to remove this unknown stain?
    The stain seems to have permeated the leather.
    In my inexperience I have tried to remove the stain with baby wipes, soap and water, alcohol, white eraser and unfortunately a dab of acetone. The stain has not budged.
    Can this be fixed?

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    >>> Can this be fixed?
    This looks like a dye stain. Since it is unknown, the only possible answer is to do a test with CleanDye-7.9 you find in this Vachetta Leather Dye, Grease, Ink and Tarnish Remover Kit-V6
    https://www.leatherdoctor.com/leathe...emover-kit-v6/
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    Let me know of your interest and I will share tips on how best to achieve the desired results.

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    Hello Mr. Koh,

    Thank you for responding so quickly.
    I will do test with the clean dye -7.9 to see how the stain responds.
    Is there any special technique for applying the clean dye to the leather?


    Thank you.

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    >>> I will do test with the clean dye -7.9 to see how the stain responds. Is there any special technique for applying the clean dye to the leather?

    The first test is just on isolated stains to see if the stains move by just saturating the spot and letting it sit and most likely being absorbed and the stain spread out. A better technique to contain the stain is to cut about an inch square and saturate the Towel-T5 and place tight onto the stain to create a wicking action so that the running stains will be absorbed by the Towel-T5 instead.

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