Boot Polish Stain Remover


Give boot polish stains their marching orders with Exit Soap

Boot polish isn’t something we come into contact with regularly, but when we need it, it’s usually before that big job interview, a wedding or some other important event.

That's around about the time Murphy’s Law kicks in and decides that’s the point where a favourite shirt or only pair of dress pants will end up with a boot polish stain on them!


Have you attempted to get rid of boot polish from clothing using the following items, but none of them works?

  • WD-40
  • Stain remover sprays
  • Petroleum jelly
  • Vegetable oil
  • Ammonia

If you’ve used any of the above products on a boot polish stain on your clothing, you know how difficult it is to get rid of shoe polish marks and stains from fabrics.

Exit Soap is a 100% biodegradable stain-removal soap that gets rid of boot polish stains for good from a range of different fabrics and surfaces.

Exit Soap removes boot polish stains from clothes

Everyone’s ready, their outfits look great and then someone notices a big scuff mark on their shoes. That’s when they mutter those terrifying words, "It will be fine, I will just give my shoes a quick polish, and then we can go".

A mad rush around the laundry to see what you have on hand and some frantic online searches on the best way to remove boot polish from clothing gets you flustered and running late.

Exit Soap can help you avoid all this as it’s the perfect product for removing shoe polish stains from shirts, pants, tops, socks or anywhere else it’s managed to stain.

Exit Soap removes boot polish stains from:-

  • Clothes
  • Dress Shirts / White Shirts
  • Dresses
  • Blouses
  • Shirts
  • Tops
  • Collars and Cuffs
  • Car Seats
  • Couches
  • Denim
  • Canvas
  • Blue Jeans
  • Bed Sheets
  • Pillow Cases
  • Blankets
  • Wool
  • Bed Spreads
  • Duvet Covers
  • Cotton Sheets
  • + More

Make shoe polish stains disappear

Often, when a piece of clothing is stained with boot polish, people try all sorts of home remedies to remove the mark, only to make it worse and throw away a favourite pair of jeans or shirt because the stain just... won’t.... budge.

Never throw away your favourite clothes again. With the help of Exit Soap, you can get rid of those boot polish stains for good and save your wardrobe in the process.

Directions for using Exit Soap to remove boot polish stains

Removing boot polish stains from clothing, fabrics or carpet is simple when you use Exit Soap. Follow these five simple steps to get rid of boot polish stains for good.

What you will need:

  • 2 x dry, clean cloths (washers or clean rags work well)
  • Boot polish-stained clothing
  • A bar of Exit Soap


  1. Wet a clean cloth with some cold water.
  2. Thoroughly dampen the boot polish-stained area on your clothing or fabric.
  3. Rub Exit Soap evenly over the boot polish stain.
  4. Wet your clean cloth again and rub it over the stained area until the boot polish stain disappears.
  5. Pat dry the treated area with a clean, dry cloth.

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