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    Shoe Care Guide

     



    Our selection of Shoe Care products together with the Shoe Care Guide is one important step in our work to minimize and substitute chemicals to less environmentally harmful substances. Therefore, making your shoes last, is also the best way to ease the strain on our environment.

    Shoe Care Guide

     


     

    Our selection of Shoe Care products together with the Shoe Care Guide is one important step in our work to minimize and substitute chemicals to less environmentally harmful substances. Therefore, making your shoes last, is also the best way to ease the strain on our environment.

     

    Shoe Care Guide

     


     

    Our selection of Shoe Care products together with the Shoe Care Guide is one important step in our work to minimize and substitute chemicals to less environmentally harmful substances. Therefore, making your shoes last, is also the best way to ease the strain on our environment.

    THE BASICS

    How to take care of your shoes step by step

    STEP ONE

    Clean

    The first step is always to clean the shoes. Prepare the shoes to be polished by removing all dirt with a damp cloth, brush or a shoe foam cleaner.

    STEP ONE

    Clean

    The first step is always to clean the shoes. Prepare the shoes to be polished by removing all dirt with a damp cloth, brush or a shoe foam cleaner.

    STEP ONE

    Clean

    The first step is always to clean the shoes. Prepare the shoes to be polished by removing all dirt with a damp cloth, brush or a shoe foam cleaner.

    STEP ONE

    Clean

    The first step is always to clean the shoes. Prepare the shoes to be polished by removing all dirt with a damp cloth, brush or a shoe foam cleaner.

    STEP TWO

    Care

    Second step is to refresh and nourish with a gentle and suitable leather polish, cream or wax. Let your shoes rest at least 24 hours before using them again.

    STEP TWO

    Care

    Second step is to refresh and nourish with a gentle and suitable leather polish, cream or wax. Let your shoes rest at least 24 hours before using them again.

    STEP TWO

    Care

    Second step is to refresh and nourish with a gentle and suitable leather polish, cream or wax. Let your shoes rest at least 24 hours before using them again.

    STEP TWO

    Care

    Second step is to refresh and nourish with a gentle and suitable leather polish, cream or wax. Let your shoes rest at least 24 hours before using them again.

    STEP THREE

    Protect

    The third step is to protect the shoes from dirt, rain and dampness. Regular shoe care is automatically also long term protection, especially for leather where wax can be applied. If you use a repellent product, make sure it is water based and follows chemical regulations.

    STEP THREE

    Protect

    The third step is to protect the shoes from dirt, rain and dampness. Regular shoe care is automatically also long term protection, especially for leather where wax can be applied. If you use a repellent product, make sure it is water based and follows chemical regulations.

    STEP THREE

    Protect

    The third step is to protect the shoes from dirt, rain and dampness. Regular shoe care is automatically also long term protection, especially for leather where wax can be applied. If you use a repellent product, make sure it is water based and follows chemical regulations.

    STEP THREE

    Protect

    The third step is to protect the shoes from dirt, rain and dampness. Regular shoe care is automatically also long term protection, especially for leather where wax can be applied. If you use a repellent product, make sure it is water based and follows chemical regulations.

    STEP FOUR

    Storage

    When you are not using your shoes, wipe them off and keep them in their shoe box or in your shoe closet for storage. Use a shoe tree, they will help maintaining the shape of your shoes.

    STEP FOUR

    Storage

    When you are not using your shoes, wipe them off and keep them in their shoe box or in your shoe closet for storage. Use a shoe tree, they will help maintaining the shape of your shoes.

    STEP FOUR

    Storage

    When you are not using your shoes, wipe them off and keep them in their shoe box or in your shoe closet for storage. Use a shoe tree, they will help maintaining the shape of your shoes.

    STEP FOUR

    Storage

    When you are not using your shoes, wipe them off and keep them in their shoe box or in your shoe closet for storage. Use a shoe tree, they will help maintaining the shape of your shoes.



    MATERIALS

    Our most common materials and a small how-to guide for quick tips

    Oily Leather

    Oily leather is when the leather is treated with oil during the material preparation and/or in the finishing process. Clean the dry shoe with a soft brush and use foam Cleaner to remove dirt and to restore. Use wax to provide an even stronger protection against water and, if you wish, finish off with water based Protector.

    Oily Leather

    Oily leather is when the leather is treated with oil during the material preparation and/or in the finishing process. Clean the dry shoe with a soft brush and use foam Cleaner to remove dirt and to restore. Use wax to provide an even stronger protection against water and, if you wish, finish off with water based Protector.

    Oily Leather

    Oily leather is when the leather is treated with oil during the material preparation and/or in the finishing process. Clean the dry shoe with a soft brush and use foam Cleaner to remove dirt and to restore. Use wax to provide an even stronger protection against water and, if you wish, finish off with water based Protector.

    Oily Leather

    Oily leather is when the leather is treated with oil during the material preparation and/or in the finishing process. Clean the dry shoe with a soft brush and use foam Cleaner to remove dirt and to restore. Use wax to provide an even stronger protection against water and, if you wish, finish off with water based Protector.

    Oily Leather

    Oily leather is when the leather is treated with oil during the material preparation and/or in the finishing process. Clean the dry shoe with a soft brush and use foam Cleaner to remove dirt and to restore. Use wax to provide an even stronger protection against water and, if you wish, finish off with water based Protector.

    Oily Leather

    Oily leather is when the leather is treated with oil during the material preparation and/or in the finishing process. Clean the dry shoe with a soft brush and use foam Cleaner to remove dirt and to restore. Use wax to provide an even stronger protection against water and, if you wish, finish off with water based Protector.

    Soft Leather

    Regular soft leather lasts a long time if kept from being dehydrated. Clean the dry shoe with a soft brush and use foam Cleaner to remove dirt and to restore. Apply Shoe Cream which provides a gentle nourishment and to restore the colour. Leave to dry. Then polish the surface with a brush. Use wax to provide an even stronger protection against water and/or, if you wish, finish off with water based Protector.

    Soft Leather

    Regular soft leather lasts a long time if kept from being dehydrated. Clean the dry shoe with a soft brush and use foam Cleaner to remove dirt and to restore. Apply Shoe Cream which provides a gentle nourishment and to restore the colour. Leave to dry. Then polish the surface with a brush. Use wax to provide an even stronger protection against water and/or, if you wish, finish off with water based Protector.

    Soft Leather

    Regular soft leather lasts a long time if kept from being dehydrated. Clean the dry shoe with a soft brush and use foam Cleaner to remove dirt and to restore. Apply Shoe Cream which provides a gentle nourishment and to restore the colour. Leave to dry. Then polish the surface with a brush. Use wax to provide an even stronger protection against water and/or, if you wish, finish off with water based Protector.

    Soft Leather

    Regular soft leather lasts a long time if kept from being dehydrated. Clean the dry shoe with a soft brush and use foam Cleaner to remove dirt and to restore. Apply Shoe Cream which provides a gentle nourishment and to restore the colour. Leave to dry. Then polish the surface with a brush. Use wax to provide an even stronger protection against water and/or, if you wish, finish off with water based Protector.

    Soft Leather

    Regular soft leather lasts a long time if kept from being dehydrated. Clean the dry shoe with a soft brush and use foam Cleaner to remove dirt and to restore. Apply Shoe Cream which provides a gentle nourishment and to restore the colour. Leave to dry. Then polish the surface with a brush. Use wax to provide an even stronger protection against water and/or, if you wish, finish off with water based Protector.

    Soft Leather

    Regular soft leather lasts a long time if kept from being dehydrated. Clean the dry shoe with a soft brush and use foam Cleaner to remove dirt and to restore. Apply Shoe Cream which provides a gentle nourishment and to restore the colour. Leave to dry. Then polish the surface with a brush. Use wax to provide an even stronger protection against water and/or, if you wish, finish off with water based Protector.

    Nubuck

    Nubuck has a sanded surface which gives it a natural velvety finish. Oiled or waxed nubuck already has a water repellent capacity, that needs to be maintained. Clean the dry shoe with a soft brush and use foam Cleaner to remove dirt and to restore. Finish off with water based Protector. Leave to dry 24 hours.

    Nubuck

    Nubuck has a sanded surface which gives it a natural velvety finish. Oiled or waxed nubuck already has a water repellent capacity, that needs to be maintained. Clean the dry shoe with a soft brush and use foam Cleaner to remove dirt and to restore. Finish off with water based Protector. Leave to dry 24 hours.

    Nubuck

    Nubuck has a sanded surface which gives it a natural velvety finish. Oiled or waxed nubuck already has a water repellent capacity, that needs to be maintained. Clean the dry shoe with a soft brush and use foam Cleaner to remove dirt and to restore. Finish off with water based Protector. Leave to dry 24 hours.

    Nubuck

    Nubuck has a sanded surface which gives it a natural velvety finish. Oiled or waxed nubuck already has a water repellent capacity, that needs to be maintained. Clean the dry shoe with a soft brush and use foam Cleaner to remove dirt and to restore. Finish off with water based Protector. Leave to dry 24 hours.

    Suede

    Suede is either split leather or the back side of the leather, which is treated to get a soft finish. This leather is sensitive to water and attracts dirt easily, therefore it is important to treat your suede shoes regularly. Clean the dry shoe with a suede brush and use foam Cleaner to remove dirt and to restore. Finish off with water based Protector.

    Suede

    Suede is either split leather or the back side of the leather, which is treated to get a soft finish. This leather is sensitive to water and attracts dirt easily, therefore it is important to treat your suede shoes regularly. Clean the dry shoe with a suede brush and use foam Cleaner to remove dirt and to restore. Finish off with water based Protector.

    Suede

    Suede is either split leather or the back side of the leather, which is treated to get a soft finish. This leather is sensitive to water and attracts dirt easily, therefore it is important to treat your suede shoes regularly. Clean the dry shoe with a suede brush and use foam Cleaner to remove dirt and to restore. Finish off with water based Protector.

    Suede

    Suede is either split leather or the back side of the leather, which is treated to get a soft finish. This leather is sensitive to water and attracts dirt easily, therefore it is important to treat your suede shoes regularly. Clean the dry shoe with a suede brush and use foam Cleaner to remove dirt and to restore. Finish off with water based Protector.