Before first use, spray suede protector all over the suede item, taking care not to soak it in any one area. Allow it to dry according to the instructions on the package.
Use the suede protector at least once a year to keep the suede in top condition.
No washing, only dry clean.
For minor stains you can treat them as follows:
Prepare the suede item for cleaning. Before using any techniques or products on the suede, rub the surface of the item with a clean towel. This brings up the nap and prepares the surface for cleaning.
Remove dry stains using a pencil eraser. Don't use a pink eraser, as this can transfer pink dye onto your items. Instead, use a colourless a white or brown gum eraser. If the pencil eraser doesn't work, gently rub a nail file over the dry stain. Avoid using a chemical stain remover. It could create even more damage, especially if it isn't designed for use on suede.
Use a cloth to blot the liquid. Don't apply too much pressure, as this will force the water deeper into the fabric. Allow the water to dry after blotting. If the dried water stain is a different color from the rest of the item, try spraying the entire item with a light mist of water and allow it to dry. This will help the spot blend in.
|May be dry cleaned|