How to Remove Stains from Leather Jackets


Your jackets or leather vests have shiny patches of coverup on the part of the neck? That drama! Now you will have to bring the chiefs to the laundry and surely it will cost you a lot of money! Be aware, though, that also can be remedied by practicing some simple procedures flat, very ingenious, but also rather inexpensive.

In the following steps of this guide we will cover just to figure out what is the procedure to remove these ugly stains from your leather jackets.

You need

Be sure to have on hand:

  • Kitchen degreaser/SOAP/detergent
  • egg and milk
  • alcohol, vinegar, water
  • Microfiber cloth/sponge
  • specific fabric brush

Regarding the cleaning of leather jackets, if possible, avoid washing, both dry and water, because the water tends to ruin the patina that leather acquires over time. Some items can be washed with water to remove small stains. How to wash them, however, depends on the type of leather dye. For make no mistake, remember to always follow the instructions on the label.

First, it is good to know that the Foundation is nothing but a cream colored fat, and therefore the skin, which of course is very porous, should therefore absorb the mixture. This causes the Chief certainly cannot machine wash or hand-written. First, then, get a kitchen degreaser spray or SOAP. Alternatively you can also use the SOAP or a detergent for delicate fabrics.

Get now a sponge to clean or, better yet, a Microfiber cloth, then spread on a table the Chief to be treated and sprinkles quickly on the part concerned the degreaser (I recommend that it is a mild degreaser and not very aggressive). At this point, with the help of the dampened cloth, rub energetically at the point where you have sprayed the degreaser, then rinse the cloth and ripassalo to remove any residues. Finally, let dry the jacket long enough. In this way the stain should be gone altogether.

Before going to remove stains on the part that interests you, remember to always do the test in a hidden part of the jacket. If the jacket is white, the advice is to use a special mixture made with egg and milk. First you have to separate the egg white from the egg yolk, then go to mix the egg white whisked with a little milk. At this point you can proceed to clean the head with a cloth soaked in your mixture.

If your suede jacket, with some precautions, can be cleaned and regenerated through the following preparation: put inside a Bowl a tablespoon of alcohol, a teaspoon of Apple Cider vinegar and half a cup of water. Mix well, then pour the solution you’ve gotten into a container with vaporizer. At this point you can spray on suede jacket this preparation and scrub with a brush, suitable for the fabric. If these suggestions were useful or effective, grab the head and take him to a specialist, in such a way that it can act in more detail without risking damage to the head.