We know you love your clogs and want to take care of them, so here are some tips on cleaning your clogs:
Please note: Different materials and finishes require different care and attention!
This leather is a full grain leather that can be restored by a shoe shine sponge, wiped down with a soft cloth or even a damp cloth when needed. Condition with leather crème/conditioner.
Our cow fur prints are best handled by a light spray of commercial waterproofing and spot cleaned with a damp cloth.
A suede cleaner and or soft brush are best on this type of leather. You can also spot clean with a damp cloth.
Oilskin is best cared for by wiping down with a soft dry cloth. If deeper conditioning is desired, the use of an oil sponge will restore this upper to a nearly new condition.
Our high-gloss patent can be wiped down with soap and water or with a clean damp or soft dry cloth.
Our polyurethane coated leather is our easiest to care for! Waterproof, it can be wiped down with a warm cloth and soap.
Our varied textiles should be treated with a light spray of commercial waterproofing and spot cleaned with a damp cloth.
A suede cleaner or damp cloth to spot treat work well for printed suede’s and a suede cleaner and brush work well to raise the nap and clean our plain suede products. Spray with a commercial waterproof spray when protect and add water resistance.
We’ve found that a simple light spray cleaner like Folex® works well for spot cleaning this delicate fabric! Let dry completely before wearing.