11-29-2008, 12:35 AM
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Join Date: Nov 2008
Originally Posted by sungy
Try the basic stuff first -- spot treat with soap & water, baby wipes, etc. Then move on to leather cleaner or other product.
I'd like to hear what works as I have yet to wash my son's white leather horseshoes but when I do, it will be with vinegar in the wash to set the dye and hopefully prevent the dye transfer onto the leather.
I used soap and water and a small towel, and it got a good amount of the dye off. It's almost perfect now!