by Walter Steele
People spend a lot of hours each day on their feet. Some folks walk from place to place shopping and having fun. For others, their entire workday revolves around standing and tending to various tasks. The luckiest of people get to spend every waking hour lounging and relaxing without having to worry about pain and discomfort. However, most persons are not quite so fortunate. Therefore, it is of the utmost importance for consumers to find shoes that are cozy and comfy.
Of course, nobody wants to have to give up style for comfortableness either. Our leather boots and shoes are made by a small group of Lake Atitlan artisans. Each pair gets the attention and attentiveness that they deserve. The footwear is inspected and held to only the highest of standards. There are different styles available, which a person can even customize to meet their specific demands. Interested parties can add or remove zippers, include or exclude straps, and choose between various buckles to give the leather boots as much, or as little, pizzazz as they like.
The footwear goes nicely with different kinds of outfits. For instance, a person can use the leather boots to finish off the look of their outdoor, school, or professional attire, and much more. Don't fret if you step in a mud puddle or get the shoes dirty in another way. Instead, continue reading to learn how to clean your leather boots properly.
Some chemicals and compounds may not be appropriate for the material. So, if you have any questions or concerns, contact one of the Atitlan Leather representatives to address the issues. Once customers know which cleansing agent to use, the rest of the cleaning process is a breeze. First, if the footwear has laces, it is a good idea to remove them as they may get stained or damaged. Next, use a soft bristled brush, not to stiff as the bristles might leave behind scratches and scuffs, to remove loose dirt and debris.
After removing the smut, take a washcloth or another small rag to rub the leather cleaner in a circular motion onto the shoe. It is also smart to have a toothbrush on hand to be able to get to small areas such as around hardware or into grooves. Upon completing these steps, utilize a clean rag to wipe everything off, including the dirt and grime. Lastly, put the laces back in and place the clean leather boots on your feet. Don't be alarmed folks passing by are continually staring. They will be looking on in awe wondering where you got the beautiful, elegant footwear.
by Walter Steele