Removing Salt Stains

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Does vinegar work on removing leather salt stains?

Removing Salt Stains

If you live in a cold climate, salt applied to the roads and sidewalks can potentially cause stains.
To remove salt stains, a mild solution of 75 percent vinegar to 25 percent water should be used. In the beginning, complete a “spot test.” After the vinegar solution has been found mild enough, use a cotton ball to gently wipe away the salt stains from the leather garment. Allow the leather to air dry naturally.

   

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