If you live in a cold weather and it snows and salt on the ground and then the salt gets on your boots then this is the article for you because I’m going to show you a super simple easy way to remove salt from your shoes.
The materials list is super simple for this one we’re using a few things:
One of them being Angelus easy cleaner, it’s my favorite sneaker cleaner and you could go with whatever sneaker cleaner you are comfortable with.
Secondly, soft bristle brush, make sure that it is soft; because we’re working with delicate materials suede and you’ll need soft bristle brushes, and we’re going to be using a microfiber towel to clean the mess up.
So the first thing we’re going to do is throw some Angelus easy cleaner into a small container and let the brush soak in and soak up all of the Angelus easy cleaners while we’re setting this thing up, and don’t forget to take the laces off; This is very important!
When you brush that area, make sure you put hand inside the shoe to keep the form and brush it. That’s how you do with suede and nubuck.
Try to let the cleaner do the job don’t brush too hard because you will damage the material and don’t be afraid of getting the material wet.
Work your way around the shoe make sure to get every single part, because you do not want this stuff to be cleaned only in one area. You might as well do the whole job and do it right
Keep repeating this process until you were comfortable with the results of the shoe ,feel free to use a harder bristle brush for the outsoles after you’re done with that let dry for about 24 hours, and then you’ll see something different.
How To Get Salt Stains Out Of Shoes Using Vinegar
This is a natural way to clean salt from suede shoes with vinegar. During snowy winter months, the salt used to melt snow can leave white patches on our suede shoes. This how to get salt stains out of shoes using vinegar and household item with simple step and easy.
you’ll need some common household items
- cotton balls
- old toothbrush
- white vinegar
White vinegar is a great all-around natural, non-toxic cleaning alternative for everything from cleaning windows, as a laundry booster, and for cleaning the salt from your shoes. The acetic acid in the vinegar dissolves the salt deposits without damaging the suede. This also works with leather.
Before you start to be sure to test a small area of the shoe like the tongue. If that test area drives fine, you’re good to go.
- The first step dilute the vinegar in equal parts water
- next step dip the toothbrush or any other nylon bristle brush into the solution and gently loosen the salt from the shoe.
Then if required use a cotton ball or a rag to blot.
- Now let the shoe air dry check if the stains are gone if not repeat the steps it may take a couple of tries.
The salt stains are gone, and you don’t have to worry about the salt on your suede shoes anymore. Use vinegar as a natural and eco-friendly way to clean the salt from your boots.