Instructions to ensure you enjoy your shoes for years to come
Protect from Water and Stains
Suede is more susceptible to water damage and stains than other materials, so it's crucial to protect your shoes.
Apply a quality suede protector spray before wearing them for the first time. Reapply periodically to maintain protection against liquids and stains.
Avoid wearing suede shoes in rainy or snowy conditions to prevent water damage.
Use a soft-bristled suede brush or a special suede eraser to remove dirt and restore the nap of the suede.
Gently brush your shoes in one direction to lift the nap and remove any surface debris.
For tougher stains or scuffs, use the suede eraser with light, circular motions.
Avoid Excessive Moisture and Heat
Keep suede shoes away from direct heat sources like radiators or heaters, as excessive heat can cause the material to dry out, crack, or warp.
If your shoes get wet, stuff them with dry newspaper or a shoe tree to maintain their shape, and let them air dry naturally. Avoid using heat sources or direct sunlight to dry suede.
Handle with Care
Suede shoes are delicate, so handle them gently and avoid rough or abrasive surfaces that can damage the material.
Be cautious when wearing suede in areas where it may come into contact with sharp objects or rough surfaces that can scuff or scratch the material.
For deep stains or extensive dirt buildup, it's best to seek professional cleaning services specifically experienced with suede.
Professional cleaners have the expertise to safely remove stains and restore the beauty of your suede shoes.