Leather Shoes: Remove dust and dirt with a neutral leather cream prior to cleaning .
Suede Shoes:Remove any marks and dust with a crepe brush.
Fabric Shoes:Remove dust and dirt with a rubber brush or fabric foam cleaner.
Decorated Shoes:Be very careful not to damage beads and crystals, use delicate tools.
Leather Soles:A leather sole will wear away (even under normal conditions) making it necessary to resole regularly. Leave wet shoes to dry naturally (never by artificial heat). Use a shoetree to maintain the shape of your shoes.
Heels:Do not allow your heels' replacable top pieces to wear down. They should be replaced regularly by a good shoes repairer. Wearing shoes on very uneven surfaces or when driving may weaken or damage the shoe.