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Some tips and tricks for you on how to take care of your leather shoes, step by step.
We all know that focusing on quality when purchasing a pair of shoes will benefit you in the long run, especially when they are cared for properly.
Our product manager has collected some tips and tricks for you on how to take care of your leather shoes, step by step.
1. Lay down sheets of newspaper on the surface that you will be working on to avoid any damage. You may wish to remove the laces from your shoes or boots not just to prevent them from getting dirty during the cleaning process, but also to ensure a proper polish of the arch and tongue.
2. Use a big horse dust brush to remove the dust and prepare your shoes for the treatment process – ensure you focus on the arch and tongue.
3. Following this (ensuring your shoes are dry), apply the wax with the small polish dauber whilst making circular movements. Use a generous amount of wax on the toecap and back of the shoe. Apply up to three times.
4. Finally, to make your shoes shiny, dampen the black cloth with some water and apply the wax. Make circular movements in order create a mirror shine effect.
5. For an extra touch dampen the dry side of the cloth and rub with straight movements.
Our Scarosso Shoe Care Kit consists of 7 essential shoe care products which if applied correctly will treat your plain leather shoes in the perfect way:
A top tip for a smooth cleaning process:
use a shoe tree - it allows you to work with perfectly even leather.
Shoe trees are not only useful for the cleaning and drying process but are also an essential tool for storing and maintaining your leather shoes. Oh, and one more top tip from us: never place your leather shoes next to a heater or in the sun!