Smelly Leather :(

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Smelly Leather :(

bratofthekitties bratofthekitties
I've held back on posting about this because it is kind of embarrassing and probably my fault but I'm so sick of ruining collars. My leather (diva stars) collar has begun to smell terrible, I assume this is because of neck sweat, somehow I got it wet? it smells mildewy. I've scrubbed it with an old toothbrush using soap, then rubbing alcohol, then nothing over and over but it still smells. Anyone have any advice for cleaning leather? I know there are leather cleaners but I don't want to spend money on something without a glowing recommendation.
12/16/2011
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Ghost Ghost
This might help you: link
12/16/2011
AndroAngel AndroAngel
Saddle soap or leather oil, using regular soap or rubbing alcohol will just ruin the leather. It'll dry it out and cause it to dry rot.
12/16/2011
Kallisto Kallisto
I'll be interested to hear if you have success and if so what you did. Good luck!
12/16/2011
bratofthekitties bratofthekitties
damn!!! fuck me for trusting the website that recommended soap and then rubbing alcohol or vodka...I probably should have realized that was a bad idea. I think I'm going to try baking soda in a pillow case tonight and then perhaps get leather oil because i can't stand the scent of vinegar and I know it'll linger. Thanks everyone I'll share my findings...
12/16/2011
K101 K101
Not sure what to tell you. I do not use leather for any purpose. But baking soda could be a good idea.
12/19/2011
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