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PostPosted: Tue 21 Oct, 2003 8:48 pm    Post subject: Questions about Cleaning Rayskin         Reply with quote

Some of you may have seen my Cashen Anduril. The handle is white rayskin. It is very pretty, but it's settlign down to a nice ivory color now. I was wondering what I should use to clean it. Would bleach be appropriate? What cleaning solution would you guys recommend? The ivory white looks ok, but I have to be very careful when workign out with it. Sweaty hands and dirt will stain it if not wiped off immediately. Any tips would be welcome here>
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PostPosted: Tue 21 Oct, 2003 9:00 pm    Post subject: Re: Questions about Cleaning Rayskin         Reply with quote

Joel Whitmore wrote:
Some of you may have seen my Cashen Anduril. The handle is white rayskin. It is very pretty, but it's settlign down to a nice ivory color now. I was wondering what I should use to clean it. Would bleach be appropriate? What cleaning solution would you guys recommend? The ivory white looks ok, but I have to be very careful when workign out with it. Sweaty hands and dirt will stain it if not wiped off immediately. Any tips would be welcome here>


Personally, I'd let it age and get all grimy looking even.. I think that would look great...

But whatever you do, I wouldn't use bleach on it. The skin is already tanned and sealed and I can't imagine that bleach would be good for that. I'd guess it would eat away at it.

I don't know the answer to your question, but I'd take a guess that some nice leather cleaner like Lexol would work to clean it.. but wait for those more informed with rayskin to give you a real answer.

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