Remove Wet Suede Stains
If the stain is a wet stain, you will want to first draw out as much moisture as possible from the affected area. If the stain is wet, then you should lay a paper towel atop the affected area in order to absorb as much of the liquid as possible.
No stain remover should be applied to suede which has a wet stain. This will greatly interfere with the process of removing stains from suede. Once you have absorbed as much of the liquid as possible it is time to remove stains from suede materials by applying a small amount of pressure with a cloth as you blot out the remaining moisture.
Let the area dry completely and then utilize the same steps as with a dry stain. Use a nail file, eraser, or sand paper to gently rub the affected area until the stain has been removed. After this is done, use a suede brush to restore some of the nap to the suede item.
If solid items remain on your suede, scrap them off with a spoon or something else which has a dull edge. Then mix soap with lukewarm water and ONLY apply the suds to the stained area. Use a dampened cloth which has clean water to rinse the area. Then wipe the area dry and allow it to dry completely after which you should use a suede brush on the area.
If your carpet or furniture is suede and it is stained, an instant carpet spot remover is a helpful place to begin, particularly if you need to remove stains from suede furniture which are quite large. You should, of course, test a small area in an inconspicuous location on your piece of furniture or carpet first to make sure that no damages or discoloration takes place with the chemical cleaner.
If your suede furniture experiences a dirt stain or another minor stain, you can remove stains from suede furniture by rubbing a piece of stale bread on the affected area. This should be done with a piece of bread which has been allowed to dry for a few days so that it is hard enough.
It is beneficial to apply a protective spray to any suede material in order to minimize stains, whether it is furniture, shoes, fabrics, or purses. If you are unsure of what to do for the best suede stain removal, it is best to consult a professional.