Fabric footwear cannot be cleaned in the normal way, but it can be protected from marks by treating the fabric with Scotchgard and small marks may be removed with a damp cloth.
Through the course of time, fabric footwear with a metallic finish may show some signs of fading - usually around the areas where they have most wear and tear. To care for your metallic footwear, we advise to clean using a damp cloth to wipe off any dirt.
NB: Take care when wearing fabric footwear in the rain as the effect could be irreversible.
We don't advise the use of a wire suede brush to clean your suede and sheepskin footwear as many of these brushes are far too stiff, and can mark the fine skins that we have selected. Instead you can use steam to renovate your footwear.
Hold the skin in a jet of steam and use a stiff, clean shoe brush to raise the nap of the suede and to remove small marks. Take great care with this as steam can scald. When you have gone over the entire surface of the footwear, stuff the inside with some newspaper or tissue to re-shape nicely and leave to dry naturally.
Very stubborn suede marks can be tackled successfully with a good suede shampoo, suede sponge or by rubbing with a clean India rubber when dry.
NB: With deep, rich colours it is possible that there may be some colour transfer, so please do not wear with pale trousers.
For further information about individual care, contact customer services on 0844 557 0460 or email email@example.com
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