• Things You’ll Need: Shoe Shining/cleaning Kits Paper towels Leather Cleaning Kits Washcloths Leather Protection Sprays White Vinegar Suede Brushes Step 1: Rub suede gently with a bath towel to restore some of its nap. Step 2: Remove dry stains and marks from suede by gently rubbing a pencil eraser on the affected area. For wet stains lay a papertowel on top of stain to absorb most of the liquid. Do not apply any kind of stain remover or other products, especially if you want to have it professionally cleaned. This can interfere with the cleaning process. Step 3: Brush with a suede brush. Step 4: Apply a small amount of white vinegar to a lightly dampened cloth as a last resort for cleaning suede shoes. Step 5: Gently rub the surface of the shoe with the cloth, then allow it to air dry. Step 6: Remember that stains on leather and suede should be professionally treated. This is always the best option. You never know how the leather was treated during the making of your fabric and what will happen if you try to clean it yourself.
  • 1. Place hands on stain. 2. Remove from suede.

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