Prep 1 min
Cook 0 mins
A quick way to save those special shoes.
Make and share this Remover for Salt Stains on Suede and Leather recipe from Food.com.
- Make a solution of equal parts white vinegar and water.
- Dab it onto a cotton rag (or a nylon-bristle brush if you're cleaning suede), rub gently over the entire shoe, then let dry.
"Super-wonderful", said my Brother, Manav, when I finished cleaning his salt-stained leather shoes with this. My bro. is crazy for the latest shoes in town(he spends all his money on them and has built up 2 huge racks in a little corner of my house with his shoes), but does not care for them. I do all the nasty work for him. SIGH! Right now, he is strolling all over my bedroom with his just cleant, shiny and clean leather shoes on. What I like about this recipe is that it is so easy to fix(even a 11 year old can do it), the ingredients are easily available, it is free of chemicals and it's very cheap as well. Recipes like this continue to amaze me:-) Thank You Very Much for sharing this on Zaar!