Suede is a type of leather used for furniture, purses, and shoes. It is important to protect suede as much as possible, because stains are hard to remove from this particular material. If grease or oil, like olive oil, gets onto suede, it's important to act quickly so that the stain can be completely removed.
Sprinkle a generous amount of talcum powder onto the olive oil stain. Leave it on overnight. The talcum powder will absorb a large amount of the oil.
Sweep a suede brush over the area the next day to brush away the powder.
Pour a dime-size amount of white vinegar onto a soft cloth.
Rub the vinegar into the stain.
Let the area air dry.
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