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Re: Cleaning Suede

Someone recently told me that she puts her suede half chaps in the washing
machine when they get crusty.  I tried this (hey, what's to loose?) and they
came out GREAT!  I used just the tiniest dash of Woolite.  I didn't
condition them, just let them dry slowly.  They were actually still damp the
first time I put them on; I think they fit better having dried on my legs.

Next time I might try a dash of liquid saddle soap instead of Woolite.  The
usual disclaimers apply!

Tina Rushing
El Granada, CA

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Sent: Sunday, January 13, 2002 5:51 PM
Subject: RC: Cleaning Suede

> > Can anyone tell me how to spot clean suede chaps?
> Wouldn't it be easier to just get the rest of them dirty?
> Angie
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