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Old 11-28-2008, 03:36 PM
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How to get blue dye off of Leather Horseshoe Bobby's?

Hi I'm new here, and I washed my white leather Bobby's and some blue dye went all over the horseshoes I don't know how to get it off.. would alcohol solution work?

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edit: Men's 'Bobby with Leather Horseshoe' - Drifter Dark - True Religion Brand Jeans I have these

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also, would non alcoholic baby wipes work?
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I just got the same pair of jeans but in billy and i dont know how to ge the dye off either.
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I just got the same pair of jeans but in billy and i dont know how to ge the dye off either.
did the dye get on yours too?
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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.
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Yeah the dye got on mines too.. yall think car leather conditioners would be ok?
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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.
Thanks I used soap and water and a small towel, and it got a good amount of the dye off. It's almost perfect now!
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Yeah the dye got on mines too.. yall think car leather conditioners would be ok?
I wouldn't think so.. it might damage the leather
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