If intensive use is expected and friction is to be expected, we recommend the application of a textile waterproofing agent.
This suede is more resistant than it looks, it can be ironed on the reverse. It can be cleaned with a damp cloth, taking care to restore the direction of the fiber.
In the event of a stain, clean immediately and gently “against the hair”, then in the direction of the textile fiber, with clean water. Some natural detergents such as black soap also work very well for serious stains. Make a preliminary test on a small surface.
A blow of steam iron, always in the direction of the textile fiber, can restore a “blurred” pile (disorganized direction of the fiber) by cleaning.