How to take care of suede shoes?
What is commonly referred to as suede is actually the reverse side of a leather skin split through its thickness to give it the appearance of velvet. Whether called suede, suede or suede, this material is no less fragile. The maintenance of this surface must be carried out with great care.
Before any outing, waterproof your KLEMAN suede shoes with a waterproofer designed for leather to protect them from rain and possible stains. Clean your shoes regularly with a soft brush and without pressing too much to remove traces of everyday life such as dust. Above all, do not use shoe polish at the risk of irreversibly damaging the velvet appearance of your shoes.