How to clean suede shoes?
How to clean suede shoes?
- The most important thing is to dry it well first.
Then clean the dirt with a very hard brush, then "comb" with a rubber brush. Special brushes for suede - just there is such a pair of brushes: stiff and rubber.
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- Brush for suede!
And the paint for suede if not rubbed off.
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Suede shoes in rainy weather are undesirable, otherwise it will have whitish spots, which will be difficult to get rid of. Clean it should be neat. Shake off the dust, remove the dirt with a small brush, hold it for a while over the steam. Fleecy surface will be like new.
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- there are special means for suede
- In the shoe stores full of all kinds of accessories for this, there will prompt.
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- Care of suede products
During the socks, the suede starts to shine. You can restore her former neat appearance by brushing a mixture of warm milk and soda (1 teaspoon of soda into a glass of milk). No less effective is another method. Mix 1 / 4 a glass of ammonia and 1 / 2 a glass of water. The shaded places are wiped with a cotton swab moistened with this mixture, then washed with clean water and, finally, with an acetic solution (1 teaspoon of acetic essence per 1 l of water).
To prevent the collar, the sleeves and pockets of the suede coat and jacket, they need to be wiped from time to time with a piece of clean rubberized cloth or a rough sponge. Also, the stains left on the fabric after the rain are removed. Blurred folds can be freshened with the finest sandpaper (0).
The natural suede is washed in a warm solution. The lining is enough to flog just below and on the sleeves. It is necessary to erase quickly, strongly not soaking a thing, to not rub, not to twist. Collar, sleeves, soiled areas can be slightly rubbed with a soft sponge or brush. Wet suede clothing, leather should be dried on a hanger at room temperature or outdoors, but not near heating appliances. If necessary, it is only grounded on it from the wrong side, through a dry silk cloth, with an iron of the lowest temperature. At the end of ironing, the suede must be brushed.
Suede shoes are cleaned well if it is held over the steam, and then cleaned with a special brush. Strongly soiled suede shoes are cleaned with soapy water with the addition of a few drops of ammonia. After the suede is cleaned, it is desirable to treat it with a water repellent. To clean shoes from black suede, waste paper from the typewriter is also used. Fat stains with suede shoes are removed with gasoline or sprinkled with talcum, which after a few hours is cleaned with a wire brush. Jacket or brown suede shoes should be cleaned with a brush moistened in the coffee grounds, and when dry - with a dry brush.
From dampness on suede shoes appear ugly whitish spots. Getting rid of them is difficult, so it is not advisable to use suede shoes in wet weather. Wet shoes before drying should be filled with newsprint and brush. If the stains are left, they are washed with warm water and soap. And you can do so. Wet suede shoes first dried, and then cleaned with a special wire or rubber brush, spreading the pile. The pile will be better if you hold the suede over the jets of steam that spur from the teapot spout. Strongly placed places should be wiped with cotton wool soaked in ammonia, and then with an ink band.
Things from artificial suede need special care. They quickly get dirty, lose velvety plaque. They can be washed warm (35-45 C) with a mild detergent solution for woolen, silk and synthetic fabrics - do not wash, ie wash, spread out on a table or hung on hangers. Then rinse, remove excess moisture, without twisting. Dry on shoulders at room temperature, periodically blotting with a towel to avoid the formation of water stains on the bottom of the product. Artificial suede with a pattern on the pile surface is not recommended for washing. The product is gently handled with a soft brush dipped in the frothy foam of a neutral detergent, in the direction of the pile. Then, with a slightly moistened and wrung out cloth, remove the detergent residue, soak it with a dry cloth and hang it on the hangers for final drying.
- Suede shoes
To care for suede shoes today, there are special liquid creams and other tools and appliances designed specifically for suede.
New suede shoes are useful to treat with a product that protects from moisture and dirt. This treatment protects against wet spots, slows down dirt and facilitates the removal of special impurities without effort.
In any case, before you start to care for shoes from suede, it must be dried. Then brush off dust and light dirt with a brush, and the shaded areas should be wiped with a special rubber band (you can use a pencil eraser).
With very strong soiling, the suede shoes are brushed with a brush soaked in warm soapy water with the addition of ammonia (1 tablespoon of alcohol at 5 tablespoons of water), then rinsed with cold and acidified water (1 teaspoon of vinegar per liter of water). Then the shoes should be polished with a soft, lint-free cloth and held over the steam to restore fluffiness.
Greasy stains can be removed with gasoline or sprinkled with talc and cleaned after a few hours with a brush.
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I also like to wear suede shoes!
But slush or rain can spoil expensive boots or shoes at a time.
I wanted to find a solution for my problem. On the Internet I saw this advertisement of a German superhydrophobic water repellent and decided to check it out. Really invisible covering Aqua-Armor completely repels water and dirt from the shoes.
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Here is the description of the tool from the site.
"AQUA Reservation is a revolutionary water-repellent coating produced in Germany, which gives unique properties to such materials as natural and artificial fabric, suede, nubuck, etc. This product is non-toxic, does not contain organic solvents and is absolutely transparent.The processed materials acquire such strong water-repellent properties, that their surface practically does not interact with water and its solutions and therefore has the self-cleaning effect.
Advantages of AQUA Reservation before conventional water repellent:
* Water-repellent effect is much stronger than conventional means;
* Saves its properties up to 3 months, that is more than 10 times longer than usual means;
* Does not contain oil, paraffin, wax, silicone, acrylic, and toxic components;
* Does not change the appearance of shoes and clothing, completely transparent and invisible means;
* Does not change the vapor and air permeability of materials, shoes and clothing breathe;
* It does not contain solvents, therefore it is harmless for such sensitive materials as suede and nubuck;
Does not smell;
* Works on any type of fabric.
- For hundreds of years, the main and most effective way to clean suede products has not changed. This is brushing with a rubber brush over the steam jet. In this case, do not allow the product to blot, when it is moistened, you need to take a break, dry it at room temperature. Repeat, repeat, repeat. . until it is cleansed.
Rubber brushes for cleaning suede are sold in any supermarket, on the one hand a rubber brush, on the side a rubber toothy shoe for cleaning seams, on the back side a stiff natural bristle combined with a wire brush. The price of such a thing is 120-150 rubles. For suede of different colors you need to have different brushes.
Slightly patchy areas can be recovered with coarse sandpaper. Be careful not to peel off the fleecy completely.
Dry dirt and dust is well removed with a sticky roller or paper tape. This must be done before cleaning over the steam.
It is very difficult to remove dried salt from suede shoes. Salt damages the paint layer, eats up the paint. Remember suede shoes are good for dry and frosty weather, do not wear it in dampness! The same applies to shoes made of natural leather dyeing (leather of special make-up, when water hits, stains appear on it).
I must say, some types of suede cleaning by mechanical methods do not yield.
In shops many different means of famous brands especially for cleaning suede. Most of them do not give the proper effect, but the paint is etched nicely. Before using them, check the stain resistance on a small area of the product.
In most cases, when cleaning, you can not do without the help of an airbrush, a tool that allows you to spray cleaners and reducing agents with pigment additives to the product without mechanically affecting such a delicate and whimsical material like suede.