Unlike other types of leather, suede is thinner, more water-sensitive, and requires a different care routine. Here's how you can make them last for years to come.

Brush It Regularly

Use a suede brush (or a spare soft toothbrush) to remove dust buildup and polish the fibers. Brush lightly only in the direction of the fibers.

Spot Cleaning
Remove spots and marks with a suede eraser. For tougher grimes, use a suede leather cleaner or white distilled vinegar on a clean cloth and gently wipe the affected areas. Once dry, use your suede brush to polish the fibers.

Add A Layer of Protection

Suede waterproofing sprays create a breathable coating on your shoes that can prevent water damage, repel liquids, prevent dust build up and protect against UV color fading.


Store in a cool, dry place. High temperature and direct sunlight can fade the color and dampness can cause mildew. If your pair gets wet, soak moisture out with paper towel or a clean, dry towel.


Depending on the damage, we offer repair service on our products. Please contact us at walk.andante@gmail.com we will see if your pair is a good fit for restoration or repairs.

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