This has been an agonizingly long and snowy winter, and if you're like me, then your shoes, bags, coats and floors are probably covered in a film of salt. Salt on ice is bad, and we can't prevent people from using it, but we can use a simple solution to clean it off. Sartorial website, Valet., has a quick and easy way to tackle the stains with amazingly useful vinegar — find out how after the jump!
Having salt stains on your shoes and clothes is a pain, but vinegar is a great cleaning solution and the process is super quick and easy. All you need are a few clean rags and a solution of one part white vinegar to two parts water. Use the rags to clean off the salt stains, wipe off with a water soaked rag, and then dry off with a dry rag. Afterwards, for leather goods, feel free to polish or buff as needed.
• Get the full instructions at Valet.