Care for your shoes and they will care for you
Red Moose products share a single, common goal — to help people maintain their shoes. Many do not realize the importance of proper shoe care. You buy a pair of shoes, you treat them like shoes, and then you wonder why they look dull, worn out, and don’t last very long.
If you treat your shoes with the loving care they deserve, they will love you back. Regular cleaning and polishing make all the difference in the world.
Let’s begin with a quick reference guide to Red Moose shoe care products:
The benefits to properly maintaining your shoes:
Proper care will keep your shoes looking like new
Well-polished shoes make a good impression
Shoes last longer when they are regularly cleaned and polished
Shoes maintain their shape and condition with proper care
Save money on having to replace shoes frequently
Steps to ensure the best care for your shoes:
never put shoes away
with dirt on them.
If shoes get wet, dry them off as soon as possible.
The more often you wear a pair of shoes, the more often you should polish them. The key is not to let the leather dry out.
bags or boxes.
Proper shoe care involves much more than regular cleaning.
Correctly putting on and taking off shoes, committing to regular breaks from wear and using shoe shapers for storage are all key components of comprehensive shoe care. Your reward: shoes that look great and last longer.
Breaks from wear
Leather retains moisture, from perspiration, rain, and snow. When the leather gets wet, it can cause shoes to lose their form, and even cause permanent damage. You can prevent this by taking a break and not wearing the same pair every day.
How to put
your shoes on
How you put on your shoes can have a major impact on their lifespan. Correctly and gently putting shoes on prevents damage. The best way is to use a shoehorn and gently slide your foot into the shoes. This little step goes a long way toward preventing damage.
How to take
your shoes off
Never use force; you should always use your hands to take off shoes. Undo and loosen the lacing to protect the shoe and prevent the leather from unnecessarily stretching out. Next, remove the shoe from your foot with your hand.