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    Cool Survey: Which is better--Apple Care or Wilsons TLC?

    OK. I want to protect a couple of new bags and I can't decide which product to use. The last time, a while back, I used something else that did OK but I can't even remember where I got it. So what do you think?

    PS: If you prefer Apple, which product do you use--Leather Care and/or Rain and Stain Repellent?
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    Default Re: Survey: Which is better--Apple Care or Wilsons TLC?

    Wilsons TLC works great!!! I use it on all of my bags... but to take out stains from my bags vachetta, I use something else which works awesome... i'll find out that products name soon and post it... I can't remember what its called at the moment.

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    Default Re: Survey: Which is better--Apple Care or Wilsons TLC?

    Besides protecting leather is there anything to speed up the patina process on LV's. I know apple care slows it, but I was curious if any would speed the process.

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    Default Re: Survey: Which is better--Apple Care or Wilsons TLC?

    ^^ You could use a really good leather moisturizer or leave your LV in a "Sunny location". (like in front of a sunny window or an hour a day protected outside.)
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    Default Re: Survey: Which is better--Apple Care or Wilsons TLC?

    Quote Originally Posted by gizmo View Post
    OK. I want to protect a couple of new bags and I can't decide which product to use. The last time, a while back, I used something else that did OK but I can't even remember where I got it. So what do you think?

    PS: If you prefer Apple, which product do you use--Leather Care and/or Rain and Stain Repellent?
    I use both of those, Leather care and the Rain and Stain. I have never tried the Wilson's but I have heard good reviews. I guess it is what you prefer.
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    Cool Re: Survey: Which is better--Apple Care or Wilsons TLC?

    I'm not a fan of treating bags because of the horror stories I've heard in which somehow bags got ruined with the treatments. I usually avoid using my delicate bags when there's a chance they could get wet, or if caught of guard, I cover them with plastic bags. That's taking another risk, I know. Still, the whole business spraying thing makes me nervous, unless the bag is black :fear:
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    Default Re: Survey: Which is better--Apple Care or Wilsons TLC?

    I have Wilson's, Apple and LMB products and have never used them out of fear.
    If anything bad happened I would send it to Barbara at LMB.

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