Wow!! You have carefully chosen and bought your new pair of boots and you finally have them in your home!! Just make sure that you protect them before you wear them outside. A little preventative care will lengthen the life of your favourite boots so that wherever you go out you will be ready to stroll up and down the catwalk like a supermodel
Genuine Leather - To take care of your tall, short, mid-calf, knee high, thigh high and ankle leather fashionboots, polish them at regular intervals. This will keep them looking just like new and it will also make them water-resistant. and also protect them against scuffing. Your boot-maker will stock a matching colour polish for coloured leather or simply use a clear polish or wax for protection. Always remember that leather can have its own natural markings and colour variations throughout the
PU Leather – To keep your PU leather boots looking their best, remove marks with a damp cloth, and polish them with a soft, dry cloth
Suede leather– Important- before you first wear your suede boots and shoes, use a spray suede protector. Then spray them regularly. Always use a suede brush to eliminate spots and marks to keep them looking their best.
Fabric – Important- before you first wear your fabric boots use a fabric protector spray and then spray them regularly. Use a clean cloth to remove spots and marks in a soft circular motion so that the fabric is not damaged. Always follow the instructions on the fabric protector spray and try it out on a tiny area in the event that colours run. Keep fabric boots out of the rain.