Care & Details
• The suede is a very porous natural material that easily absorbs the liquids it comes in contact with. There is a directly proportional relationship between the quality of the suede and its ascribing effect. • The suede can transfer colour despite numerous treatments.
• Avoid direct contact with solvents, abrasive materials or that could release colouring pigments. In case of very deep stain, the colour change can be irreversible. • As a prevention, the suede can be treated with a specific waterproof anti-stain spray, available in non-specialised shopping centres. • Cleaning: Always clean with a dry shoe. A regular brush with soft bristles is recommended for cleaning suede. The brushing must always be done with dry footwear and only following the direction of the surface of the hair. Too frequent use of the brush, the use of too-rigid bristles or too strong abrasion can cause damage to the material. • Avoid using water or solvents. Do not subject the shoe to external heat sources.