posted 31 Oct 2014 13:49, edited 31 Oct 2014 13:49
I would deffo want my money back if thats five mins in the rain.
posted 31 Oct 2014 14:42, edited 31 Oct 2014 14:42
Mistake - I'd try using a suede brush on that.
The thing is, dogshit suede like pigskin is far more delicate than more expensive suede like lamb or cow, so the better quality the suede, the more of a beating it can take. It's exactly the same principle as standard leather: pig leather = delicate / horsehide = tough as old boots.
31 Oct 2014 15:22
^ i've just taken a suede brush to it for 5mins and you are right, its looking a lot better.
will take a few hours to go over the whole jacket but by the time im done, it will be wearable again.
i'll def put a suede protector on it afterwards. cant be doing this everytime i caught in the rain.
31 Oct 2014 15:36
agree with the quality suede, my cp chukkas have taken a beating on many a night out and always clean up mint with suede brush and soapy water combo
4 Mar 2020 08:35
Best place in central to get a suede jacket cleaned?
4 Mar 2020 17:56
What suede protectors are people using on jackets?