HOW TO REMOVE STAINS FROM SUEDE AND NUBUCK WITHOUT USING A SHOE CLEANER

How to remove stains on suede

Instruction
The glue stain on suede shoes or a piece of clothing can, if it is fresh, be removed with a cloth soaked in gasoline. If the stain has managed to dry, you can try to remove it with a thinner or paint stripper.
Acetone or nail polish remover removes stains less effectively, but much more delicately. Before treating suede with gasoline or acetone, check first on a small inconspicuous area.
Buy a 5% ammonia solution from the pharmacy and use it. After any alkaline agents, it is recommended to treat suede with a special fat, which is sold in any decent store that sells suede shoes and clothing. Fat designed specifically for nubuck and suede. Its use can extend the life of the product and restores the properties of suede. Immediately after impregnation, you need to raise the pile with a special brush or eraser.
You can use a suede cleaner in the form of a shampoo or special soap in a shoe store, as well as a rubber brush to lift the pile.

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