Cleaning your Louis Vuitton Damier Azur
The first bag we will cover is the Louis Vuitton Damier Azur. Stayed tuned for more features for different bags and their finishes. Dust, environmental pollutants, and colour transfers can all damage the appearance of your bag. This post will focus on undoing the damage and returning your bag to its former glory without spending hundreds of dollars at a professional cleaner.
First, I used cornstarch to remove the excess oil on the surface. I patted the cornstarch into the stains in the purse, and allowed it to sit for two hours.
A little goes a long way with this process, I used a Q-tip to pat the cornstarch in. I then applied another layer of cornstarch and used a new dish sponge to brush the excess corn starch off. Be sure not to use any coloured products when cleaning your bag as there is a risk of colour transfer occurring.
For the outside, I used literally a single drop of water on an original Mr Clean Magic Eraser. Rubbing in circular motions with the wet side on each square until perfect. I then flipped the eraser over and used the dry side to continue rubbing vertically downwards. Once finished, be sure to throw the used eraser out as it won't be suitable to continue using. Let the bag sit for 15 minutes before flipping it over and coming into contact with anything. Do one side at a time.