Post # 1
I’m using my sister’s shoes and veil for my “something borrowed.” Her shoes are not super dirty, but not pristine for pictures. Any ideas how to lift toe marks? They are Nadia from Grace.
Post # 3
Can you take it to a shoesmith? Oxy clean or something like that (may) work, but I’d definitely spot check them first, can you use a toe pad or something like that for them?
Post # 4
You might want to try dabbing the toe marks with a detergent like Woolite. Or use a stain remover like the bottle you get with the Dryel dry cleaning kit. Lastly, you might even be able to dip a cotton swab in Oxiclean to remove the stains, then use a little water to wash away the powder.
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Post # 6
Use a new, dry Mr. Clean eraser and rub it over them. Works great 🙂
Post # 7
- Wedding: July 2010 - Catholic Ceremony, Cultural Hall Reception
I scuff up my shoes all the time because I’m a tall, lanky, clumsy walker. I find that soap and water works just fine for satin, just make sure that you rinse the soap thoroughly, or you will get soap marks.