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Home-made Solution To Remove Water Spots From Bridal Shoes

Posted December 8, 2011 by in Articles | No comments yet

Today, your bridal entourage is practicing that all-important walk down the aisle in your garden. Since the big day is just a few days away, you are doing a full dress rehearsal. Everyone is wearing the attire that they will be donning on the wedding. You are wearing the pretty, dainty, expensive, satin bridal shoes that you just purchased online. Everyone looks marvelous and happy. You are looking forward to your perfect wedding.

Later, however, you recoil in horror. You failed to notice that the droplets of water that sparkled on the grass have transferred to your shoes. Therefore, your shoes have ugly blots and water stains! Oh, no! What are you going to do? There’s no more time to send the shoes back to the supplier to have them replaced.

Well, no need to worry because there is an easy home-made solution to clean your bridal shoes. In fact, the ingredients in making your shoes sparkling clean again are just in your kitchen!

1. First, wash the shoes thoroughly with clean, warm, soapy water. This stage alone may remove all the water spots, making the subsequent steps moot and unnecessary.

2. If the spots are still there, you need to make a simple cleaning solution. Add half a cup of regular household bleach to half a cup of water. Mix this until well blended.

3. Use an old toothbrush to scrub the spots with the solution. If your shoes are made out of delicate material, you can use a Q-tip instead of a toothbrush. If necessary, scrub or swab the entire shoe.

4. To remove the bleach solution, which could attack the shoe color if it is not washed away, blend a separate solution made of half a cup of vinegar to half a cup of water. Wipe the shoes with the solution.

5. Finally, rinse the shoes with clean water. Air-dry them for a day or two.

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