Suede is soft to the touch and has a more sophisticated look than normal leather. However, suede can be the hardest leather to maintain and the easiest to stain and damage. Suede is also more vulnerable to water and other liquids. Follow proper procedures to protect your suede from water damage.
Pat the suede with a dry towel to absorb the water. Rub it gently to absorb as much moisture as possible.
Brush the suede gently with a suede brush to loosen the fabric and dislodge any particles. Brush the suede in a slow back and forth motion.
Pour white vinegar onto a cloth and gently rub the suede to remove any stains left. Let the suede dry. If stains remain, repeat with the vinegar and let it dry.
How to Remove Olive Oil From Suede
How to Make Your Water-Damaged Suede ...
How to Shrink Leather Boots
How to Clean Scuffed Up Rain Boots
How to Wash Suede Shoes
How to Improve Jar Spaghetti Sauce With ...
How to Clean Scuff Marks Off of Tan ...
How to Soften Patent Leather
How to Reheat Leftover Pork Chops ...
How Long Does Banana Bread Stay Fresh?
How to Dry Clean Suede at Home
How to Gargle With Sea Salt
How to Freeze Tzatziki
The Best Way to Clean White Sneakers
How to Cook Deer Brats
How to Clean Dentures With Bleach
How to Clean Suede Boots With Vinegar
How to Clean Mud Off of Suede
How to Keep Suede From Going Stiff
How to Bake Lingcod