Cleaning and Maintenance Recommendations According to the Types of Leather

Skin Skin

Use leather shoes with their own paint or natural polish.

Nubuck and Suede Leather


For shoes made from nubuck or suede material, use a brush, duster or silicone-based spray with a suitable hardness. Not suitable for shoe polish, rinse or wash, nubuck and suede products.


Patent Leather


Clean your shoes with a damp cloth or sponge. Dyes and brighteners are not suitable for patent leather shoes.


WARNINGS


When shoes are worn and removed, the laces should be loosened and should be used to pull on laces without shoes. Otherwise, breaks will occur on the back of the shoe and the football will be uncomfortable during use. 


Make sure that the product you buy is appropriate for your child's foot. Foot small and large shoes can cause problems such as premature deformation, lining of the lining.
True skin material can create color fluctuations resulting from deep natural structure as a result of sweating at the feet.

All shoes are waterproof if no special material is used for waterproofing.

Nubuck and suede products are likely to change color after a while.
In color print dyes, the pressure can rise from the skin surface over time. 

Depending on the shape of the foot on the top of the shoe skin and the way it is used, wrinkles may come to the forehead. These wrinkles and legs will increase at every stretch of your foot.The accessories used in the products (stone, bows, etc.) can be seen from the place of use and breaking.

Please take care of your child's accessories in order to prevent the accessories from being removed from the place and swallowed over time!