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Micellar water has become a popular beauty product in recent years and now a viral cleaning hack has revealed it can revive your suede shoes too!
If you've ever sighed at the sight of dirty suede shoes you need this genius cleaning hack (opens in new tab) in your life!
Suede is famously very hard to keep clean as rubbing the fabric with water often only makes the stain worse.
Thankfully a woman from Scotland has discovered that the inexpensive facial cleanser, micellar water, is not only the beauty (opens in new tab) product you need for your face - but for your shoes too!
You can pick up a bottle from most supermarkets, drugstores and beauty outlets and once you see the results you'll want to stock up.
Taking to Twitter, Kiera O’Hagan shared her ingenious cleaning hack and people everywhere are thanking her.
The pictures speak for themselves as Kiera shows an old pair of nude heels caked in mud transformed into practically brand new condition.
She wrote: 'micellar water just took all the stains out my suede heels 🙀🙀🙀 everyone needs to try this'.
The Tweet now has over 36,000 likes and 12,000 people have commented on the thread.
One person said: 'Just want to say thank u!!!!!!! I just tried it and my heels are lookin crispy and clean 🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽'.
Another wrote: 'Omg you’re about to save my fav party shoes thank you so much'.
A third showed their results off too, they said: 'Was about to chuck these heels! (Allow how ruined they were😭) Not perfect but this actually works🙌🏻'.
Another said: 'Holy crap the micellar water worked on my vans'.
Speaking to the Huffington Post, dermatologist Hadley King of Skinney Medspa explained: 'Micelles are attracted to dirt and oil, so they are able to draw out impurities without drying out the skin'.
This is what makes it such a great product for on your suede shoes!
Kiera explained that you simply put the micellar water on a cotton pad and rub away. She uses the Garnier brand which is available in Boots, Superdrug, Asda and other major stores.
Will you be trying this cleaning hack? Let us know how you get on in the comments box below and share any other clever cleaning tips you have too!