Suede is a huge part of our lives but we all know what nightmare it is to maintain it good looking. We all don’t even want to think about getting it dirty and having to clean it.
But it sometimes is necessary. The good thing is that suede is actually not that hard to clean and you can do it using natural remedies you already have in your home anyways.
If you happened to stain suede know that you should be very fast with cleaning it otherwise it’s possible you might not succeed.
Removing stains from suede?
The most common stain that occurs on suede is water, especially on shoes. Simply grab a clean towel or a kitchen roll and wipe the stain. Keep in mind that you should be gentle and do not apply too much pressure otherwise you may cause the stain to settle deeper.
Remove grease stains from suede?
Do you have a sofa that is suede? It’s quite possible you experience greasy stains on it. Maybe your kid touched it after eating before washing its fingers. Whatever the case may be you can use baking soda to remove the stains. Simply blot the greasy stain and apply some baking soda leaving it for a few hours so it can absorb the stain.
If you remove the baking soda and the stain is still there, I have another trick you can try. Grab white vinegar, damp cloth with it and rub the stain.
Clean blood stains from suede?
If you are dealing with bloodstains on any suede surface, grab hydrogen peroxide, apply some on a cotton ball, and dab the stain until you fully remove it.
If the stain doesn’t seem to completely go away you can apply a very small amount on the hydrogen peroxide onto the stain directly and let it sit there for a few minutes.