How to Clean Shoes without Spoiling

For our shoes get pretty long some care are essential.

The first care is cleaning up. Tall days after use, clean them inside and out with damp cloth almost dry, and leave them in the service area to breathe.

Above, featured, a stain caused by bad care: the shoe was stored without wiping and sweaty, dirt stuck and spotted the insole, which is also of leather. Nothing cleaned, nor the industrialized product suitable for cleaning leather removed the stain.

While the shoe air, to prevent undesirable odors, sprinkle baking soda or powder antiseptic within.

After clean and airy rooms, store them in a clean place. Here are some options in the previous post.

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Moisturize your shoes is also important, I recommend spending liquid Vaseline – that is effective and very cheap, 3:00 pm 3 months. Moisturize helps keep the brand new leather, without crease/crack.

first Wipe with damp cloth, then dry.

2nd Pass a rag soaked in liquid petroleum jelly-making circular movements.

3 With a clean, dry cloth, remove the excess, burnishing.

If you prefer, use hiratantes purchased in shoe shops or houses.

Do the same with the boots, which must not be stored in plastic bags or boxes. In most parts of the country use boots in the autumn/winter and during the warm months they are stored. Throughout the day your plastic and produces goticulas that wet shoes and with time the mold appears.

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The shoes with varnish, must be protected individually as they scratch and scratch easily.

Never store them one under the other, because stick and lose brightness

To prevent spoiling, reuse the old socks and dress shoes with them.

To clean them, use a clean cloth dampened with a little Glycerin or olive oil, then a dry cloth to remove excess, it renews the brightness

To avoid that pointy boot and the heel shoes & prevent, use molds or tips-of plastic or wood. A homemade solution is stuffing old socks with tissue paper. Next, place clove to ward off moths.

Hugs,

Lucy Rish