Originally Posted by Alcibiades
Vinegar apparently works on salt stains as well.
Yes and no. If you catch the salt early enough, before it's had a chance to do much lasting damage, it can certainly help. However, if you wait, the damage can end up being permanent, even after washing and cleaning with vinegar. I lost a pair of white Comomon Projects Achilles this way - I didn't see the salt on the leather until after it had already begun to crack and peel.
I have a couple questions of my own that I was hoping people could advise me on:
-How does nubuck fair in wintry weather? Since it's formed from the outside of the hide, I'm guessing it'll survive a little better than suede, but how does it do with salt, muck, etc.? (I'm looking at these
-Thoughts/opinions on these Sorels
that the guy in the foreground of the picture is wearing?