Knowing how to clean Wallabee shoes properly will prolong the life of these ever popular shoes. Many people fear that the material on the Wallabee shoe makes them hard to clean but these tips will ensure your shoes look pristine.
What You Will Need To Clean Wallabee Shoes
- Soft Suede Brush
- Water and Stain Repellent
- Clean Cloth
- Brush the Wallabee shoes all over thoroughly, yet gently, with the suede brush. The brush will effectively remove dirt from the crevices of the Wallabee shoes to enable you to clean the shoes properly without harming the material.
Dip the clean cloth into the warm water. You want to moisten the cloth, do not saturate the cloth with the water as too much water is harmful to the Wallabee shoes. Plus all that water takes too long to dry.
Rub the Wallabee shoes with the damp cloth. Rub the shoes all over with the cloth to remove dirt, oil and various stains that may be on your Wallabee shoes. Try to rub with a gentle and even pressure but do not harm the material.
Dry the Wallabee shoes. Allow the shoes to air dry and check to see if all stains have been removed. If not repeat step three and four until all the surface stains are no longer visible.
- Apply the protective water and stain repellent spray. The spray will help to seal the shoe from dirt and oils and protect the shoes from water damage, while making it easier to clean the surface of the Wallabee shoes in the future.
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