Originally Posted by swamp2
I think it is a process of elimination more than anything. Names like Novillo are pretty much meaningless brands names chosen somewhat arbitrarily by an OEM. Either way I am keen to learn more about how a Magic Eraser destroys the "clear coat" of leather. That is why I posted the question.
You could keep using it then report back to all of us if it kills your leather.
Doesn't an eraser, e.g. a pencil eraser, actually work by abrading away the top layer of things. Of course, just because it is name "Magic Eraser
" doesn't mean it works this way, but if it does then it's an appropriate name.