Additionally, suede is prone to water stains and can become discolored when exposed to moisture, making it difficult to clean.
When suede gets dirty, it’s best to first try to remove any dirt or debris with a soft-bristled brush or a suede eraser. If this doesn’t work, you can try a suede-specific cleaner or a mild soap and water solution. However, it’s important to test any cleaning solution on a small, inconspicuous area first and to be very careful not to saturate the suede with water.
If you do need to wash suede, it’s important to follow the manufacturer’s care instructions carefully. In general, you should avoid using heat to dry suede, as this can cause it to shrink and become misshapen. Instead, allow the item to air dry completely before using it again.
To prevent future stains and damage, it’s a good idea to apply a suede protector spray to the item after it has been cleaned and dried. This will help repel water and other liquids and keep the suede looking its best.