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Now that it's officially spring (although it may not feel like it here in Boston!) most of us find ourselves thinking about spring-cleaning. My spring clean is starting with my shoes. Recently, I’ve noticed my suede Clarks have collected a fair amount of salt...

...but luckily, Valet has a great tutorial on how to remove salt from suede shoes. Letting salt sit on your leather or suede can cause significant corrosion so it's important to remove it as soon as possible.

Their method consists of five simple steps to help keep your shoes clean and free of salt, starting with a simple vinegar/water solution.

Check it out at: Salt-Free Shoes | Valet

Image: Clarks