Here are some tips to keep your Yellow Box shoes in optimal condition.
- Avoid leaving your shoes in hot vehicles, under excessive moisture, and under direct sunlight for extended periods of time.
- Our handcrafted decorative stones and jewels may come loose from normal wear-and-tear. We may be able to help you replace them depending on stock. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to see how we can help.
- Regularly clean dirt from your leather, suede, cowhair, and canvas materials. See below for tips on how to keep your shoes in top condition.
- Dampen a microfiber or soft cloth with a mixture of water and moisturizing soap.
- Rub your leather lightly without completely soaking it.
- Wipe off the soap with a fresh, damp cloth. Make sure you do not put your leather directly under water.
- Dry completely with a cloth or towel.
- Treat your leather with a leather conditioner to keep it soft and pliable.
- Use a protectant spray for suede products on your new shoes before wearing if possible. This will protect your suede shoes from water damage and future stains.
- Store your suede shoes in breathable storage bags or pillowcases. Avoid plastic bags when storing suede.
- Keep your suede away from direct sunlight to prevent color fading.
- If your suede gets wet, soak up as much moisture as possible with a clean towel and leave it to air dry. Do not use a direct heat source such as a hair dryer to speed up the process. After it dries, use a soft bristle brush to restore the fibers.
- Gently use a nail file to remove dried mud and light scuff marks from your suede shoes. A soft bristle brush also works.
- Remove oil stains by rubbing talcum powder or cornmeal directly on the spot. Wait several hours for the stain to soak. Brush off the powder and repeat as necessary.
- Major stains will need professional care. Take your suede to someone who specializes in leather and suede care.
- Brush off dirt and debris from in between the stitching with a soft bristle brush.
- Wash your patent leather with a mixture of mild soap and water.
- Use a microfiber or soft cloth to wipe down the inside and outside of the shoe. Allow the patent leather to dry completely. Do not use a direct heat source.
- You can also apply leather conditioner to patent leather. This will protect the material and keep it soft and pliable for maximum comfort
- Polish your patent leather to protect it from grime and water damage.
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