Size & Care guide
- Shake or clean soles to remove traces of sand, mud ... etc.
- Use a brush to remove dust.
- Apply with a suede colorless moisturize.
- Finish the process by brushing shoes with a clean brush to make them shine.
- Store them correctly, using pins or a ball of tissue paper at the tip to keep their shape.
- For suede and split leather: use waterproofing spray to avoid stains and humidity. Do not use creams that alter their peach skin finish. You can use a soft eraser to remove shallow spots.
- For patent leather: wet a cotton ball with a few drops of vinegar or milk to remove stains. Then rub with a dry cloth to shine. There are specific products for cleaning this material.
- Nappa leather: remove dust and rub with a dry cotton cloth to shine. You can help yourself with a cream for colorless skin. If you use it, use a soft toothbrush to penetrate it better and let it dry well before rubbing.
- Oiled: brush to remove dust and apply special grease to this type of skin.
- Cow or Sheep leather: remove dust and rub with a dry cotton cloth to shine. You can help yourself with a cream for colorless skin. If you use it, use a soft toothbrush to penetrate it better and let it dry well before rubbing. For embedded stains, you can help yourself with a damp cloth with a drop of neutral soap.
- Wool and cotton fabrics: use a cloth moistened with a drop of neutral soap to remove stains and dry with a cloth afterwards. It is important not to scrub too hard not to alter the texture of the fabric.
- Velvet: remove dust with a dry cloth from the shoe without vigorously rubbing the fabric.
- Fabrics with animal print patterns: dyes of these prints are very delicate. Therefore, we recommend that you do not wet them or try to clean them by scrubbing with a cloth, as well as applying a stain repellent and/or water repellent spray before use.