A Simple Plan: Shoes

How to Care for Your Shoes Not everyone can buy all different types of shoes, but whatever shoes you have In your closet, the best thing is to know how to keep them clean and to use the right products on these types of shoes so that we can prolong their lives. Let’s say you have many shoes made of leather. Leather comes from the skin of various type of animals. The animals hide is tailored to form many different types of finishes; it could either be vegetable dyed or tanned leather; the two most common ones. There are many different chemicals and coloring used for tanned leather in order to achieve the desired finish, and so the best type of cleaner for this type of show material is a cream cleaner since it picks out dirt while restoring the natural shine of the oil. If you don’t want your tanned leather shoes to be permanently stained, then don’t use foam cleaners or liquid cleaners for it. Therefore it is not enough to combat dirt on leather after every wear by using a dry cloth to wipe off as much dirt and debris, using the right kind of cleaner is also very important. Canvas is the opposite, because instead of working with dirt right after its use, you need to wait until it dries first before trying to clean them. It is the same with suede which must be dried first before cleaning. A mark made by scraping or grazing is a nightmare with Suede and if not handled properly can be disastrous. Although rubber is an easy material to clean since it is made of durable texture, you should be careful in using strong solvents, so you should also be careful in choosing a cleaning agent for this. It is also easy to clean shoes that are made from mesh material. One defamer however it that they are mostly surrounded by another material. Mesh is easy to clean, so it is best to clean the other parts of the show first which is made of another material before cleaning it.
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So when cleaning your shoes it really boils down to determining the right method in cleaning the material your shoe is made of and understanding what type of cleaner and protector to use.
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Another very important tip is the use of cedar shoe trees for leather and other shoe finishes. We don’t normally think that our feet produces at least 1/4 cup of moisture and up to 1/2 cup when active, but it does. If you wear your shoes the whole day, then all this moisture will tend to disfigure its structure, and with shoe trees, its natural structure will be reawakened when unused and allowed to dry.