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product care

Washing and taking care of your Paez is a total breeze and only takes about 5-10 minutes. How so? Check out these steps for a fast and safe to do it.

Cotton/polyester upper products (including the products in Espadrilles, Mules Essential, Moc Essential, Sandal Straps, Sandal Crossed, Mary Janes Raw).
  • Start by giving them a gentle cleaning with a brush or cloth to get rid of any excess dirt or grime.
  • Then, soak the fabric in naturally soapy water (no need to dunk the whole shoe in there, folks).
  • Use a brush to scrub away any stubborn stains or dirt, being extra thorough in those problem areas.
  • Rinse with clean water (remember, no soaking necessary) and make sure to get rid of all soap residue.
  • Finally, pop them in a cool, dry place out of direct sunlight or heat sources to avoid any wrinkling or color loss.

For outstanding cleaning, please pay particular attention to the following:
You can stuff your Paez with some kitchen paper or a dry cloth to help them keep their shape as they dry.

Heads up! If your Paez have yute (or rope) soles, take extra care and avoid squeezing them with excess water. Instead, gently wipe them down with a damp cloth.

Just a friendly reminder: Whatever you do, don't put your Paez in the washing machine or dryer. That's a big no-no.

As for the soles, you can simply wipe them clean with a damp cloth. And if you're wondering about the insoles, they're non-removable and vegan. Keep them fresh by giving your shoes a chance to breathe or using an insole spray.
Synthetic Suede upper products (Sandal Straps, Moc Vegan Suede) Cleaning synthetic suede requires a delicate touch, but it can be done effectively with the right approach. Here are the steps you can follow to clean synthetic suede:
  • Begin by removing any loose dirt or debris from the surface of the shoes using a soft-bristled brush or a dry cloth. Brush gently in a back-and-forth motion to lift the dirt out of the fibers of the material.
  • If there are any stubborn stains on the shoes or item, mix a small amount of mild detergent with warm water to create a gentle cleaning solution. Dip a clean cloth into the solution, then wring it out so it's damp but not soaking wet. Gently rub the affected area with the cloth, being careful not to saturate the material with too much liquid.
  • For tougher stains, you can also use a synthetic suede eraser or a white pencil eraser to gently rub the affected area. This can help to lift the stain without damaging the material.
  • Once you've finished cleaning the shoes, allow them to air dry away from direct heat or sunlight. Avoid using a hair dryer or other heat source to dry the shoes, as this can cause the material to warp or shrink.

For outstanding cleaning, please pay particular attention to the following:
You can stuff your Paez with some kitchen paper or a dry cloth to help them keep their shape as they dry.

Heads up! If your Paez have yute (or rope) soles, take extra care and avoid squeezing them with excess water.

Instead, gently wipe them down with a damp cloth.

Just a friendly reminder: Whatever you do, don't put your Paez in the washing machine or dryer. That's a big no-no.

As for the soles, you can simply wipe them clean with a damp cloth. And if you're wondering about the insoles, they're non-removable and vegan.
Velvet upper products (selected products Mary Janes Gum) Velvet shoes require a bit of a gentler care when it comes to cleaning, but with the right approach, it's possible to keep them looking great for a long time.
  • Start by using a soft-bristled brush to gently brush away any dirt or debris on the surface of the velvet. Avoid using a stiff brush or rubbing the material too hard, as this can damage the delicate fibers of the velvet.
  • If there are any stubborn stains on the shoes, mix some detergent for delicate textilers with some water and dab the affected area softly with a clean cloth, taking care not to saturate the velvet with too much liquid. Allow the shoes to air dry after cleaning.
  • For general maintenance and upkeep, store your velvet shoes in a dry, cool place, away from direct sunlight. You can also use a soft-bristled brush to gently fluff the velvet nap from time to time.

Tip if you're a pro: To restore the nap of the velvet and keep it looking soft and fluffy, use a steamer or hold the shoes over a pot of boiling water for a few seconds. Be careful though not to get the shoes too close to the steam or water, as this can damage the velvet.

Tip if you're not a pro: take it to a professional cleaner who can assure your shoes last as much time as you wish for :)

Just a friendly reminder: Whatever you do, don't put your Paez in the washing machine or dryer. That's a big no-no.

As for the soles, you can simply wipe them clean with a damp cloth. And if you're wondering about the insoles, they're non-removable and vegan. Keep them fresh by giving your shoes a chance to breathe or using an insole spray.
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