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Old 06-28-2006, 11:30 PM   #1
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suede leather cleaning tips?

I have the suede leater option on the ST and I am wondering how do I clean them??

I know how to clean the actual leather part but how do I clean the suede parts???

Any help would be greatly apprecaited.


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Old 06-29-2006, 06:16 AM   #2
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Here's something I come across that might be helpful to ya.

http://www.leatherworldtech.com/SuedeNuBuckCare.aspx
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Yeah I saw that one... I can try but I dunno how it will work out.
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Were you able to try any of their tips ? Succesful or ?
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no haven't been able too... I should go to the Ford dealership and ask them how I can get the WHOLE seat clean because I mean the seats are not dirty but ya know how the carpets ALL get dirty at some time... well I wanna like steam clean the seats but can't so I need to something to clean the complete suede part of the seat.
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go to a shoe repair shop or shoe store and ask for suede cleaner. what they give you should work. You will have to get the suede wet though, and then have to rinse it off, that will be kind of hard.


Just ask for a suede stone, they work good. they are stones you just rub on the suede and it gets the spots out
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