Synthetic leather(Microfiber leather)

Clean synthetic leather footwear with a mixture of warm water and mild soap, or clear hand soap.
Spot-teat stains as needed to keep your shoes looking good, and wipe with a damp cloth to remove dirt and dust.
Always let synthetic leather shoes dry thoroughly before wearing them again.


Gentle use of a suede brush with a suede cleaner will remove most stains.
If your shoes get wet, let them dry naturally, and brush them gently with a suede brush.
Please note-Suede material cannot be guaranteed as entirely colourfast and therefore some loss of colour may occur.


Once dirt and dust has been removed, clean with a rubber brush or use a damp cloth.

Patent leather

We recommend a gentle foam product for cleaning your patent leather.
To retain the elasticity of the material, it is needed to be treated with a care product that has appropriate conditioning additives.
We therefore recommend that you treat your patent leather with a special liquid product or with a spray.
Never use a grease based product, since this will leave streaks on the patent finish.
It's best to use a soft cloth for polishing.


If your shoes get wet, it can be difficult to know what to do for the best.
It's important to dry your shoes properly to make sure you don't cause any damage.
The best option is to let you shoes dry naturally but if you want to speed up the process, stuff them with tissue to absorb moisture.
Check on them in an hour and if necessary, remove the paper and replace it with fresh dry pieces.
Repeat this process until your shoes are completely dried.

Precaution caring tips

Shoes in general do not tolerate high heat and we recommend room temperatures.
Do not place the shoes on or close to a radiator, fireplace or other heat source.
Textiles and other synthetic materials can easily be damaged from overheating, as they may shrink and lose their fit.
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