Check the inner label of your women's leather shoes to see what type of leather they're made of before washing them; treated and untreated leather require different cleaning processes.
- A delicate, clean toothbrush, a soft towel, and some shoe polish are all you'll need.
- With the clean, dry toothbrush, scrub away all major mud and dirt marks.
- Buff the remainder of the dirt away using a slightly wet cloth.
- Polish your shoes with a cream polish that matches their colour. Apply it with a clean, soft cloth in a circular motion throughout the whole shoe. Using a clean, soft cloth, wipe away the remains.
- Buff your leather shoes with a towel or brush once they've dried.
The longer you leave a stain on suede, the more likely it is to become permanently stained.
- Using a shoe brush, brush the stain(s) in both directions.
- Using a clean cloth, dampen it with a mix of two parts water and one part vinegar (the cloth should be damp, not wet).
- Wipe the boot with a soft cloth.
- Before storing or wearing your shoes, make sure they are completely dry.
You may believe that cleaning the dirt from your bright fabric shoes is difficult, but it is actually rather simple. Cleaning white shoes with baking soda and white vinegar is simple.
- Mix a tablespoon of baking soda, two teaspoons white vinegar, and a cup of warm water together slowly. Allow the fizz to subside before moving on to the next stage.
- Scrub the dirt off your shoes with a towel or a clean toothbrush dipped in the paste. It won't take long for the baking soda mixture to dry. Brush off any remaining paste and let your shoes air dry once you've finished scrubbing.