Shoe Care Guide

In order for footwear to retain an excellent appearance for a long time, make sure to follow basic procedures for protecting the leather against adverse external factors.

Calfskin leather

For grain leather, we recommend using shoe polish pastes or creams containing natural waxes. First, clean the shoes from dirt, then, using a sponge, evenly apply small amounts of the paste or cream intended for grain leathers. Natural waxes penetrate the leather’s surface, protecting it against excessive drying, which can lead to the cracking of its outer layer. In addition, waxes give the shoes natural shine, which is even increased thanks to their final polishing with a soft cloth.

Suede leather

Footwear made from suede leather is the most vulnerable to atmospheric conditions and other contaminations, and that is why we secure its outer surface at the last stage of production by using a special coating with a nanoparticle structure. The leather’s surface is protected in an effective and lasting way, and thanks to nanotechnology, it has all the traits of natural leather, allowing moisture to escape to the outside. Raindrops do not penetrate the leather, and shoes become highly waterproof. Dirt is more easily removed, and the colour remains intensive for longer. Remember also to regularly protect suede shoes during use by using products intended just and only for this kind of leather. These preparations usually take the form of aerosols. Before application, remove dirt using a soft brush.

Patent leather

Shoes made from patent leather do not require as much care as other types of leather. However, to maintain the surface of the shoe leather in a good condition, we recommend using pastes intended for patent leathers. Waxes contained in those pastes will allow the leather to maintain its shine and intensive colour for longer.

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