Suede clothing looks stylish and elegant. She has not gone out of fashion for many years. The only drawback of suede is that it must be carefully looked after so that the product retains its original appearance for a long time.
- - ammonia;
- - Boiled water;
- - Sponge;
- - Washing powder;
- - Stiff brush;
- - Salt;
- - Burlap;
- - Gasoline.
Find out where the nearest dry cleaner is and if there is equipment for cleaning suede clothes. Suede jackets are best donated after each season. However, nowadays there are not even dry cleaners in every city, so it is possible that you will have to clean the jacket yourself. Preparations for the care of suede in hardware stores are quite common, but at the right time they may not be there. But you can also clean your jacket with home remedies that are available in any pharmacy.
Remove dirt and dust from your jacket. This is most conveniently done with a stiff brush. You can use, for example, a dog hair brush. If you don't have a brush on hand, sandpaper will do. This method not only helps to clean the product from dust, but also contributes to the fact that the suede fibers come to their original position.
Remove stains. Cover small, non-greasy stains with table salt so that the salt completely covers the stain. Let it sit for a few minutes and then brush off the salt. If you manage to plant a greasy stain on your jacket, take a piece of burlap, moisten it with gasoline and clean the stain.
Dilute 1 part of ammonia in 4 parts of water. Apply the solution with a sponge. Rinse it off with cold boiled water, then rinse the product with the same water. Without crushing the jacket, wrap it in a soft cloth such as a sheet and blot dry. Hang your jacket on a hanger on the shaded balcony.