You will need
  • - water
  • - ammonia
  • - acetic acid
  • hydrogen peroxide
  • - milk
  • soda
  • brush
Known wisdom says that to prevent is always easier than later to puzzle over the solution. Therefore, the care of suede shoes it is best to start before you first wear them.
When you buy suede boots or shoes, ask them to give you together with them a special water-repellent spray, bring the shoes home and thoroughly spray it spray from a distance of 20-30 cm. The spray has a rather strong odor, so the procedure is better done on the street or at least the balcony.
Allow the shoes to dry out well and can start to wear it. Spray protect the suede from dirt, making it less brand. If, however, on the bright boots village a stain of unknown origin, take a brush with bristles of medium hardness, dissolve in half a Cup of milk 2 tablespoons of baking soda and apply the mixture on the boots. RUB the contaminated place with a brush to remove stains and straightening of the pile.
If the shoes appeared shiny wear, then they can try to resolve with the help of ammonia. Mix alcohol with water in a ratio of 1 to 2, apply the solution with a cotton swab to become shiny places, leave for half an hour for impact. Dip a clean swab in a weak solution of vinegar and treat the stain again. In the end, go over the suede with a stiff brush.
If suede just drifts with the times and does not look very neat, hold it over steam and treat all with the same brush. To update the black suede you can RUB it with a tape from writing or black carbon paper.
The hardest thing to clean white suede shoes. First, try to handle it in a standard way using ammonia and acetic acid. Then dilute ammonia water, stronger (about a tablespoon per Cup of water) and add it to the solution of 1 tablespoon of hydrogen peroxide. Treat the shoes dipped in a solution with a cotton swab, let dry, brush up the NAP with a brush. Shoes will again look like new.