Take care of his shoes
CLEANING YOUR CHILDREN SHOES
Cleaning the shoes of a child is simple, but very important. The babies, you know, never stop, while the shoe care must be done often and very well. In fact, to ensure an appropriate hygiene to your child's feet, you need to follow a few simple tips.
CLEANING LEATHER SHOES
Every day, carefully remove dust and /or mud. Occasionally apply to the upper a neutral or the shoe same color polish, brushing to remove any excess.
CLEANING PATENT SHOES
To remove dust and make the shoe shining, use a damp cloth and do not use the polish.
CLEANING SUEDE SHOES
Contrary to what you might think, this kind of shoes is easy to maintain: just rub gently with a cloth dampened with water and a bit of soap. For stains removal can sometimes be useful to gently rub with a bit of a very fine sandpaper or a metal brush or a piece of natural rubber.
CLEANING CANVAS SHOES
To clean canvas shoes is recommended to use a damp cloth and a bit of soap. Avoid the washing machine and the total immersion of the shoes in the water because, in the long term, the glue that holds together some parts of the shoes, such as soles and uppers, may wear down.
VOID THE BACTERIA INCEPTION INTO THE SHOES
It’s ordinary that children sweat a lot, so it would be better to have at least two pairs of shoes to make your child wear every other day. Do not allow your child to wear the same shoes every day it means reducing the accumulation of sweat and the resulting possible proliferation of bacteria and microorganisms, enemies of the health of your baby's feet.
Once took off, the shoes need to be left to ventilate and dry in an opened place. Molds, skin fungi and bacteria find their favorite microclimate for proliferation in closed and damp places.
HOW TO DRY SHOES
When just washed or very wet due to rain or sweat, the shoes should be left to dry outdoors until they are completely dry, but avoid direct rays of sunshine that could fade them. Would be damaging for the shoes also an exposure to direct heat (hair dryer or radiator) that could wrinkle them and compromising their flexibility. Inserting a piece of newspaper is an old but effective solution to absorb moisture and keep the shape of the shoe.