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    Default should i AG spray my LV Watercolor Speedy?

    did you guys put protectant on your WCs? i was thinking about skipping the handles if i can manage it since i hear it slows the patina from developing. i think i'm ready to take her out for a spin soon.
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    Default Re: should i AG spray my LV Watercolor Speedy?

    watercolore

    I would say it all depends on if you want your handles to age naturally or if you want it to slow down.. I sprayed my alma to protect it from the rain (where is that bag?? i need to see how the patina looks after living in my closet for the passed year, lol)


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    Default Re: should i AG spray my LV Watercolor Speedy?

    ^ thanks- do you know if the canvas is fine without being sprayed? i'm not familiar enough with the materials...
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    Default Re: should i AG spray my LV Watercolor Speedy?

    The canvas will look very glossy and shiny if you get overspray on it. But don't worry it will dry back to normal. I freaked out the first time I sprayed mine...I did it at night and by morning it was back to normal. The Vachetta took about 2 days to fully dry, so don't let it scare you. Just make sure that you follow the directions. Spray a very light spray about 10-12 inches from the bag. You can always apply more later so the less you spray the better!
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    Default Re: should i AG spray my LV Watercolor Speedy?

    I haven't sprayed anything on my WC or my other LV's I'm too scared to try it. I would need a professional to help me out like ZombieGirl. Too bad she lives to far! If I did it myself and messed up, I would totally freak out!

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    Default Re: should i AG spray my LV Watercolor Speedy?

    Thanks, but I am no professional! I had to learn by trial and error!
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    Default Re: should i AG spray my LV Watercolor Speedy?

    I didn't put anything on my handles or bag on my WC - nor any of my other bags - I kind of just let them age how they are supposed to and not use any products on them
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    Default Re: should i AG spray my LV Watercolor Speedy?

    i sprayed my bh, i did not spray my azur. in both bags i spilled a liter of water. with baby wipes, i was able to 'smooth out' the discoloration on the bh. with the azur, no such luck. 1/2 the bag's piping has patina, the other half does not- baby wipes didn't help! so, SPRAY! :)

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