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 How to remove stains from shoes

Shoes easily get dirty and marked. From a splash of tea to a stubborn grass stain, knowing how to remove stains from your shoes will help you maintain your favourite footwear for longer. With different stain removal methods for each material, in this guide we’ll cover how to get rid of some of the most common types of stains

 

Oil

You’ll need to act fast to remove an oil stain from your shoes. As soon as you notice the stain, soak it up with talcum powder or salt if you have any to hand. Follow this process:

  1. Pour talc or salt on the stain.
  2. Remove the talc with a soft-bristle brush.
  3. Keep repeating the process until you see the stain start to lift.

Coffee stains

It’s a little trickier to get coffee stains out of suede shoes. Armed with a cloth and a white vinegar and warm water solution, you should be able to get just about any coffee stain out – after a few attempts using this process:

  1. Blot the shoes with water until they’re damp.
  2. Stuff the shoes with paper to make sure they don’t lose their shape.
  3. Mix water and some dish soap together.
  4. Use a cloth to rub the stain with the water and soap solution gently.
  5. Pat the shoes with a damp cloth.
  6. Leave your shoes to dry in a well-ventilated area.

 



-- Edited by JQRsports2022 on Thursday 3rd of March 2022 12:50:06 AM

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