on Mar 30, 2009 @ 10:27 am|
Does anyone have any tricks to removing scuff marks? I just bought some yellow heels made out of that shiny leather and after one night got brown scuff marks all over them. I've heard using rubbing alcohol works but has anyone ever tried it? Other suggestions? Thanks ladies!
Ali de Bold
|Odd suggestion on Mar 30, 2009 @ 10:51 am|
Can you rub off with your finger? This sounds strange, but sometimes if the scuff is on patent leather or a similar material, it can rub right off just using your finger. I have yellow David Dixon patent leather pumps and find that trick can work. I haven't had to use any chemicals on them yet, though someone else may have a good suggestion on what to use.
|tried that on Mar 31, 2009 @ 06:31 pm|
As soon as I saw the scuff mark I tried rubbing it off, and I mean really tried but it didn't budge
|Nail Polish with Acetone on Apr 01, 2009 @ 11:48 pm|
I did some digging on the internet and ound tons of positive reviews for using nailpolish to remove scuffs of patent leather shoes. I tried it and it worked really great; the color and shine are in full force! I also previously tried the rubbing alcohol and it didn't make 'em budge at all.