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any tips for removing an oily stain from expensive leather?? watch

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    So I was out and spilt some kind of mayonaise type sauce on my bag! Well because the world hates me it just happened to be my brand new radley bag which cost £125
    It's made of a really really soft leather type thing I was just wondering if anyone had any suggestions to remove the mark or at least lessen it?
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    Go to your nearest Laundrette.
    Ask them for advice on how best to remove the stain without damaging the bag.
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    Go to Halfords and get some Autoglym leather cleaner/restorer (meant for use on car seats, but should do the job).
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    Take it to a leather cleaning specialist - they see this kinda thing all the time
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    I didn't know leather cleaning specialists existed! Yeah that sounds like a good idea.
    The car leather cleaner does sound like a good idea too but I think I'd be scared I'd ruin it and have no-one to blame but myself! :p:
    I think I'll fork out the extra money and get it cleaned proffesionally- thanks everyone!
 
 
 
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