Care Tips for Vegan Shoes

A pair of shoes tells a lot not just about your sense of style but also about your personality. Now it is time pay attention to your shoes and to take care of them properly so that they don’t disparage your image in front of others.

 

Polish and Polish

 

Shoes that you are wearing takes the heavy burden of your body weight for a major time of the day. So, it is obvious that just like you, your shoes also get tired after a hectic day. Keep them rejuvenated for the next day with a good dose of polishing and brushing. Polishing does not just make your shoes shine but also moistens the material. In case of faux leather vegan footwear, it is very important to polish them regularly to make them look shiny and in good shape.


Dry the Shoe if It is Wet

 

If your vegetarian black ankle boot got drenched in water during heavy shower or snowfall, then wrap and fill them with loads of newspaper. This will soak all that extra water lodging inside and outside the shoe. Then allow them to get dried in an open shade as sometimes the faux leather can’t tolerate direct sunlight. Even if you put them under direct sun, take them inside after few hours. Proper dry up will evaporate all the moisture from the show and will not hamper the adhesive bonding.

 

Repair and Maintain

 

Just like anything in this world, your shoes are also not immortal. If you want to use them for long years, then repair them immediately as soon as you see any sign of wearing on them. It is good to change the heel of your shoes in a regular interval as it keeps you comfortable and improves longevity of the shoes. Even if your shoes look fine and fit, there is no harm in taking them to a shoe repairing centre for check-up. Here you can get a good advice on your shoes present condition and precaution should be taken to make it last for longer time.

 

Store Carefully

 

Always store your shoes in a place where is does not get damaged because of friction or tight space. Don’t stack them in a wooden shoe-rack which has some splinted side or protruding nail. Any scratch on the surface of your shoe is impossible to remove and it seriously hampers sheen of the item. Never stack shoes over one other which also causes discoloration and scratches on the surface area.

If winter is gone and you don’t need those boots for a while, then keep them in a shoe bag and store them inside a cupboard to protect them from the moisture present in the air. If possible then put a pack of de-hydrant inside the show-bag.

 

Conclusion

 

With these simple and handy tips keep your shoes in good conditions for longer time and enjoy the pleasure of slipping into those comfortable pair of shoes again and again.