The biggest threat to any leather shoes is repeated wet and dry. When your shoes get wet, you should never accelerate the drying process and allow the shoes to dry naturally on their own. Never use hair dryers, shoe driers or placing over or next to a heat source. This will dry out the leather and leave it hard and brittle.
Instead, remove the insoles then place paper (paper towels or newspaper) inside the shoes then leave them in an open space at room temperature and allow them to dry on their own. After shoes are dry, we recommend applying the appropriate moisturizer such as leather shoe lotion, leather oil or leather dressing.
LEATHER CARE ESSENTIALS
- Leather Lotion: for use on action leather, fullgrain & kangaroo leather
- Shoe Oil: for use on fullgrain & kangaroo leather
- Leather Dressing: for use on fullgrain & kangaroo leather
- Applicator Cloth: Lint-Free & Reusable
- Cleaning Brush: 3 sided for smooth polish, suede and all kinds of leather
Make sure shoes are cleaned of any excess dirt, dust, and debris before applying any shoe lotion, oil or dressing.
Lint-Free Cleaning Cloth
Works as the perfect applicator for all leather conditioning product. After each use rinse well with warm soapy water until surface dirt & soap are gone. Hang dry. Replace cloth as needed or once it starts to deteriorate.