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In general we recommend the following guidelines for cleaning the footwear:
Cleaning: on a regular basis, brush away any surface dirt with a soft brush. After extended, rugged use, wash with mild soap and warm water. Be sure to rinse all soap off as it is hydrophilic.
Drying: open footwear fully, remove the insole and laces and dry at room temperature. Never expose to heat!
Conditioning: recommended treatment depends on construction and materials of the footwear (most treatments do alter color and appearance).
Well, our safety shoes, of course. To find the best safety shoes for you is dependent on several factors and the conditions you will need them for. A great starting point would be to look for durability, comfort, and that the footwear has a steel toe-cap. For more guidance read our blog about Safety Shoes.
It is recommended that you get a shoe cleaning kit and start using it from day one. Prevention and proper leather care are essential. For more information about leather care and getting stains out of your shoes read our blog on Leather Care Tips
The bare ankle trend has become increasingly popular, and we aren't going to tell you how to wear your shoes. With that said we would like to remind you that your feet sweat about 1 cup a day, you don't want that all ending up in your shoe, do you? If you don't know how to style socks, well then let us help you there, read our blog all about how to style your socks with shoes?
Suede is very on-trend, but they don't handle stormy weather too well. The usual result, if not dealt with, can result in wet stains or watermarks. The best course of action would be to let your shoes dry properly (can take up to 24 hours) and then use a suede shoe cleaning kit to remove the stains or spots.
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It is essential to understand what causes your shoes to start smelling.
Shoes can start smelling for several reasons. Frequent use of a pair is on the top of the list. Shoes absorb the sweat from your feet during the day, and if you don't allow your shoes to dry out properly, you'll start to notice that your shoes will begin to get an unpleasant smell.
We suggest that you try to interchange your pairs on a daily basses. This will allow your shoes to dry out properly.