How to clean suede Apple watch band?

October 06, 2018

How to clean suede Apple watch band?-Kulör Cases

 

Our suede Apple watch bands have been rather popular among our customers and some of them wanted to know how to clean the suede leather. Because suede is made from the underside of the cowhide, cleaning suede is different from cleaning regular leather and here's an easy-to-follow guide.

 

CLEANING SUEDE

Use a soft brush or dry towel to brush away dirt and debris from the suede leather surface. Suede erasers can also be used to rub on the suede surface to remove the dirt and stains.

Then deep clean the suede leather with suede shampoo or cleaner. These special solutions are safe to use on suede and Nubuck and will remove most stains and dirt.

Here are some suede cleaners that we recommend:

1. Bickmore Suede & Nubuck Cleaner - Remove Water Dirt Oil Stains From Shoes Boots Purses Handbags & More,8 fl oz

2. Suede & Nubuck Foaming Cleaner Kit By Care Guys: Powerful Cleaning Kit Specially For Suede & Nubuck - 5 FL OZ Foaming Cleaner - The Final Solution For Suede Cleaning

3. Lincoln E-Z Cleaner Suede Nubuck Satin Leather Nylon Fabric Shoe Cleaner 8 oz.

 

SUEDE CARE

Apply suede protective spray to protect suede items. The spray will help waterproof the suede surface. Here are some protective sprays that we recommend:

1. Moneysworth & Best Suede & Nubuck Protector, 5.6-Ounce

2. Scotchgard Suede & Nubuck Protector, 1 Can, 7-Ounces

3. Bickmore Gard-More Water & Stain Repellent 8oz - Leather Protector and Suede Protector Waterproofing Spray Guard For Boots, Shoes, Clothing, Hats, Jackets & More

 

 



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