Your shoes have rain stains, leather scuffs and look five years old when they’re only one. Want to keep your shoes looking new for more than a year? Follow these four practices.
Clean. Cleaning is the removal of scuffs, excess dirt or mud from your shoes. One-step treatments like Kiwi Clean offer advanced formulas for cleaning leathers. For scuffs on leather, Express Shine Wipes are the king of the jungle. Suede & Nubuck Cleaner is a more recent Kiwi shoe care development; young and old bucks alike are finding new life from using it.
Polish. Polishing is a misconstrued practice considered popular primarily among military personnel. However, it has been found that virtually all human beings can benefit from polishing; it’s a career requirement and a major olfactory sensory experience. And it’s good for your shoes, too. Remember not to over-polish – you’ll cover the natural beauty of the leather.
Protect. Water and stains have proven to be major enemies of most shoes. The Kiwi labs have developed products like Protect-All repellent, Camp Dry® Mink Oil and Wet Pruf protector products to help your shoes peacefully co-exist with nature and a lot of nasty man/woman-made elements.
Condition. Conditioning is a practice adapted from hair care. Keeps shoe fabric soft and supple just like those well-cared-for follicles on the most fashionable heads. Products such as Kiwi Leather Lotion are state-of-the-art.