- Step 1: Rub stain with bath towel Rub the stained area with a soft towel.
- Step 2: Brush stain with suede brush Brush the stained area gently with a suede brush.
- Step 3: Scrub area with cleaner Scrub the stain gently with a soft cloth dampened with cleaning solution.
- TIP: Always test a non-visible area of the suede first with the cleaning product.
- Step 4: Mix a water and vinegar solution Let the cleaned area air dry. If the stain persists, use white vinegar diluted to half-strength with water to scrub the stain out. Let it dry again.
- Step 5: Use suede eraser Use a suede eraser for small, dry stains.
- TIP: Use a pencil eraser if you do not have a suede eraser.
- Step 6: Call a professional Take your item to a professional cleaner if difficult stains are persistent, or if it is heavily soiled.
- FACT: Carl Perkins wrote the song Blue Suede Shoes on a paper bag.
You Will Need
- A soft towel
- A suede brush
- Suede cleaning solution
- A suede eraser
- A professional cleaner
- A pencil eraser (optional)