Suede cleaning made easy and efficient.
Having the proper tools and solutions will make a world of difference when cleaning suede shoes. The Just Suede Kit comes equip with everything you need to efficiently clean suede and nubuck shoes.
Cleaning suede shoes is a process. It requires the proper tools, technique and patience.
How to clean suede shoes?
Cleaning suede shoes can be more challenging than your typical leather or mesh shoe. It requires patience, the right solutions and tools, and skill. Before we jump right into our 3 Step Suede Cleaning Process, it's important to understand what suede is first!
How to Clean Suede - Easily and Efficiently
Having the proper tools and solutions will
make a world of difference when cleaning
suede shoes, jackets, seats, purses ect.
Our #1 Rule is NO TAP WATER ON
SUEDE! We do not encourage to throw
your suede shoes, jackets, purses in the
washing machine. You will increase your
chances of damaging the integrity of the
material. When oversaturated, authentic
suede and nubuck will become stiff.
faded, or possibly deteriorated.
Just suede is engineered with smart
surfactants and reverse osmosis water to
give your suede materials a purified
cleaning experience. There is no need to
dilute this cleaner with tap water, as Just
Suede is a ready to use product and is not
concentrated. Concetrated cleaners pose a
risk to damaging your kicks with too much cleaning solution or the hard contaminants in tap water. Don't clean your suede or nubuck if it ain't
Know your sneaker materials
Suede is a type of leather that is made from the underside of the animal's skin, giving it that buttery soft surface. It is usually made from lambskin, but can be produced from other animals such as goat, pigs, calves, deers.
Suede is softer, thinner and not as strong as the traditional full grain leathers. It will appear to have short packed down hairs.
Improper care or maintenance will cause the suede to become stiff or fade. When properly treated, the color and grain can remain the same, but the treatment is keywhen preserving the rich vivid color and soft buttery surface.
3- Step Suede Cleaning Process
We've created an acronym before cleaning any pair of sneakers to get a full
understanding of how to properly maintain your kicks. It's called ASAR!
ASSESS. STRATEGIZE. ATTACK. REASSESS!
1. Assess the soil level, where the heavy dirt areas are, are there sticky residues, tears, or aging on the shoe. Have the kicks been treated prior?
2. Strategize what tools you will be using, and how.
3. Implement your strategy while constantly assessing the effectiveness of the tool/solution. (Suede can be easily damaged, you don't want to get in too deep with the tool if it is damaging the integrity of the material)
4. Reassess your results. Can you pretreat the area better? Would more Just Suede help revive the color? Did you effectively post treat to bring back the luster of the shoe?
These are all part of our conceptual thinking when cleaning any pair of kicks. Keep this in mind when you are live in the process.
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