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Suede lint is ground leather made from the lower side of the skin of deer, cattle, goats, pigs and lambs.
It is less durable than traditional leather and requires more care when cleaning.
Baby oil is made from a combination of mineral oil, perfume, aloe vera and acetate fibers, creating unpleasant oily surfaces on suede, which permanently stain the fabric if not handled properly.
Use the correct cleaning products and tools to remove baby oil without damaging the suede lint nap.
Pat baby oil stains with ultra-slim cloth.
Avoid rubbing stains to avoid further penetration of stains into the fabric.
Cover the stained area with a thin layer of baking soda.
Keep baking soda for 10 to 15 minutes.
During this period, baking soda absorbs baby oil and takes it out of suede lint.
Wet cotton balls with white vinegar.
Pat baby oil stains with cotton balls until they disappear completely.
Wet cotton balls with warm water, pat suede lint and rinse off white vinegar.
Let suede lint dry completely.
Restore suede lint nap by rubbing the affected area with soft circular motion