Cleaner Brush

By · Thursday, January 14th, 2010

Cleaner Brush
How do I clean my suede handbags? I tried to clean with a suede brush-not work. ?

1. If the drop just happened and is "accountable up "on the surface, trying to absorb it away. He plays gently with a paper napkin or tissue. The absorbent material will be based or" wick "moisture. This little trick seems to work best in new tissues such as the oil content is more repulsive than when the article ages. 2. If the fall in buckskins dry and crispy, try to wash it off with a toothbrush or use nailbrush fast, light movements. 3. Dry stains can also respond to "erase" with a rubber eraser art brown (not the kind of pink). Gently rub over the chamois. 4. Salad dressing or oil stains can be helped by a rapid application of corn starch, if you can take before it is completely absorbed by the blind. Sprinkle a generous amount of cornmeal on the stain with your finger taps, and let sit for an hour or more. Then shake the loose starch and apply a light brush on the site. Hopefully this will eliminate most of the oil. 5. If you have dropped something in suede shoes and no response to brush, wipe with a damp cloth that has been soaked in vinegar. Not too difficult and do not soak! Allow article suede for "air" to remove the smell of vinegar. 6. Other people have reported some positive results through the use of an emery board nail file to restore the suede nap. I have not tried it – do so at your own risk. 7. There is a special brush that came before. You can get one in a leather goods store.

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