Maintaining Your Suede

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Suede is one of the elements in your wardrobe that needs constant care to maintain its look, form and shape. More than for anything else  in your wardrobe, the shoe horn, brush, and protect agents are very necessary.


Always brush your suede immediately after wearing them with a proper suede brush. Brush softly against the grain to keep the nap erect before storage.

Erase Stains Immediately

Use a gum eraser to remove stains just like you’d erase a pencil sketch or writing  from a piece of paper. Then brush and store.


Some of the stains require water to remove. Hold the shoe pointing the stained area  towards the steam of boiling water, and gently brush. Note that stains must be removed immediately after contact.