Fendi Designer Sneakers – Brown
Season: Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter
Style: Beverly Hills
Pattern Type: Fendi Insp
Model Number: Fendi Designer Sneakers – Brown
Important Care Instructions:
Special Considerations for Different Materials
Following these basic cleaning steps will ensure clean sneakers, but certain fabrics and materials may need a little extra TLC. Here’s what you need to know about using cleaner for different types of shoes.
How to Clean Leather Shoes
Leather shoes stain easily, so it’s important to clean them regularly. In addition to using a dry brush and mild dish soap solution, you may want to use a Magic Eraser or leather conditioner to remove stains. Don’t scrub the shoes too hard, or you could damage the leather.
How to Clean Suede Shoes
Suede is notoriously difficult to clean. If you notice water marks, scuff marks, dirt or stains, it’s probably time to give your suede shoes a proper cleaning. Use these recommended tricks and special tools to get the job done. Here’s how.
- Use a suede brush or towel to wipe away surface debris, working in the same direction as the material rather than going against the grain.
- Use suede rubber (or a pencil eraser) to rub away any marks on the surface of the shoe.
- For stubborn stains, use a cloth dipped in white vinegar to scrub the fabric in alternating directions.
How to Clean Knit Shoes
Flexible support where you need it most, but the fabric is delicate and requires care when using cleaner. Create a mild, soapy water solution with soap that doesn’t contain chemicals. Never use bleach or other harsh cleaning products, since they can damage the material. Take a clean cloth and rub the solution in the same direction as the knit.