REMOVE THE DUST & DIRT
Brush your shoes to remove dirt and dust. (You should have a brush specifically for this job, do not use your horsehair polishing brush).
RESTORE THE NAP
You can then use a rubber or crepe suede brush to restore the pile and draw out the nap. Be careful not to apply too much pressure, allowing the rubber/crepe to grip the nap naturally.
Steps one and two really do cover all of the monthly suede cleaning you will need to do. Suede is remarkably resilient to the elements. To further protect and rejuvenate your suede shoes/boots continue on…
You can remove stains giving the suede a deep clean by using Omninettoyant. Use the applicator brush to add a little formula to the suede, brushing it gently into the surface. Leave to dry naturally and then repeat stages 1 & 2.
PROTECT / NOURISH / RECOLOUR
Our all-in-one nourishing, re-colouring and protection spray can be applied only once your suede shoes or boots have been cleaned, are totally free from dirt and have been brushed thoroughly. It is important to follow the directions on the spray cans and only use in a well-ventilated environment, spraying from 8” - 10” (20cm - 30cm) away from the suede. Allow to dry for 0 minutes and then brush with a clean brush.
Before you get started
A FEW ADDITIONAL TIPS...