Investing in a pair of suede shoes can hurriedly develop into a love-hate relationship. We say that because of the risky nature of it all. Neither is suede a monsoon-friendly fabric nor is it easy to get rid of the dirt and grime off it. While suede is at an all-time style high, we understand your reluctance in giving it a green flag this season. How do you clean shoes without washing it? Worry not! We’ve found an easy hack for every dirty suede pair — be it summer ballerinas or stilettos — you once thought you could not wear again.
This simple trick can help with keeping your shoes looking new as ever. And all you need for it is stale bread from your kitchen. Yes, you read that right! Before the idea throws you off, we urge you to read this all the way. Did you know that bread is an excellent absorbent of surface dust and grime? All you got to do is reuse old leftover bread from your kitchen only to watch it turn into a shoe saving ingredient. Who would have thought? Rub the bread on the stained surface for a couple of minutes and that’s pretty much it. The stains disappear in a watch, making suede your cherished footwear choice.
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