Suede Stain Removal Instructions
- Remove as much of the stain as possible before applying cleaners. For dry stains, try brushing with a Magik or Miracle brush. Remove wet residue with a spoon, a butter knife or absorb with a soft cloth.
- Select the appropriate cleaner according to the chart below.
- Begin with the cleaner listed first, allowing the spot to dry.
- If the stain remains, proceed to the next recommended cleaner.
|Coffee, Tea, Milk||1 2 3|
|Juice, Soft Drinks||1 2 3|
|Wine, Beer||1 2 3|
|Catsup, Chocolate||1 2|
|Cooking Oil, Mayonnaise||1 2 3|
|Crayon, Lipstick||4 5 2|
|Urine||1 2 3|
|Body Oils||1 2 5|
|Furniture Polish, Ink||2 5|
|Grease, Shoe Polish, Motor Oil||4 5 2|
- Cold to lukewarm, never hot, water.
- Mix one teaspoon of a mild soap (Woolite®, Joy®, Ivory Liquid®, or Tide® powder) to a pint of cold or warm water.
- Pure white vinegar mixed 50/50 with water. Use vinegar full strength for stubborn stains.
- A petroleum distillate such as mineral spirits or naphtha.
- A dry cleaning solvent such as perchloroethylene, or Blue Coral® Dri-Clean, Carpet and Upholstery Cleaner in a clear plastic bottle with a spray trigger.
NOTE: Exercise proper care when using solvents or solvent cleaners since some are flammable. Read and follow the manufacturer’s directions and use with adequate ventilation while wearing protective gloves.