Cleaning suede bags requires a delicate approach to prevent damage to the soft material. Begin by using a soft brush designed to gently remove any loose dirt, brushing in one direction to preserve the fibers.

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For stains, address them promptly using a suede eraser or a white pencil eraser, and for oily stains, consider using talcum powder or cornstarch. If additional cleaning is needed, opt for a suede cleaner, applying a small amount to a clean, dry cloth and gently rubbing the stained area. Alternatively, you can use steam for cleaning, being careful not to oversaturate the suede. 

After cleaning, restore the nap of the suede with the brush, always brushing gently and in one direction. Allow the bag to air-dry naturally if it becomes wet, stuffing it with paper towels to maintain its shape. As a final step, consider applying a suede protector spray to guard against future stains and water. 

Before attempting any cleaning method, it's advisable to test it on a small, inconspicuous area of the bag to ensure compatibility and avoid damage. If in doubt or dealing with stubborn stains, seeking professional cleaning services may be the best option.

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