Extraordinary Ordinary Day (EOD) shoes are all handcrafted with love and care to the finest details and love to be your partner in crime to win this exciting game called life! The following shoe care guidelines ensure you enjoy the maximum lifespan of EOD shoes.
Using a waterproof spray before your first wear is always a good idea. Waterproofing will add a layer of protection against normal everyday dampness, getting splashed in the street and caught in the rain.
Keep in mind that different leathers require different waterproof sprays. If in doubt, bring your shoes to a local shoe repair shop and ask for some professional advice.
If your shoes begin to fade because of natural wear and tear, you can bring them back to life with “revitalising” sprays. Always test a small area of the shoe on the inside before treating the whole shoe to avoid an uneven look or, in a worst-case scenario, damaged shoes.
While Extraordinary Ordinary Day (EOD) shoes are designed to last, but with appropriate and regular maintenance their lifespan can be greatly increased. To take care of them properly you’ll need to:
Silk shoes make for a luxurious complement to any outfit but they are prone to dirt and stains, which can easily be taken care of.
General guideline to the maintenance of silk shoes:
The key to the maintenance of any beautiful pair of suede shoes is ultimately prevention and a prompt response should any stains occur.
General guideline to the maintenance of suede shoes:
The delicate nature of velvet shoes demands a conscientious upkeep but it is easily manageable at home.
General guideline to the maintenance of velvet shoes:
How to apply protective coating onto velvet shoes:
In case your shoes get wet, here are some helpful tips for the proper drying of soaked shoes.
Our shoes are made with a customised high-performance engineered rubber outsole that powers them with better grip, durability and water resistance. These outsoles should be replaced regularly by a professional cobbler to maximise the lifespan of your shoes.
Removing salt stains quickly is crucial to avoid permanent damage. Apply water mixed with a few drops of lemon or a designated cleaning agent and gently rub off the salt with a sponge or soft cloth. Let the shoe air dry, and then treat with polish.
Red wine on your shoes is an emergency – act fast. A commercial leather cleaner is the first aid of choice; if you don’t have any, here’s a tip: pour table salt on the stain and let it soak up the wine for a few minutes. Brush off the salt and wipe the area with a cloth soaked in white wine or club soda, then buff with a clean dry cloth and naturally air dry the shoe. When completely dry, clean with leather cleaner and conditioner!
Your shoes should go as far as you do – and with proper care and love, they can.
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