Whether it’s leather, suede, nubuck or canvas, Crep Protect repels liquids and prevents stains from damaging shoes with an invisible layer. Comes with an easy to use 5oz spray bottle and a quick and easy to use soft rubber to effectively clean and remove suede and nubuck.
Using Crep Protect
- STEP 1: Remove the laces from your shoes so you can enter and around your tongue freely.
- STEP 2: Moisten the brush and apply the Cure Five Kinds cleaning solution to the brushes, then sit back and scrub the shaft and soles well.
Pour white wine vinegar onto a clean cloth and gently scrub the stained area. Let the vinegar dry on the shoe. Then you can gently scrub with a suede brush to remove stains. If there is gum or wax on the suede shoes, it may be necessary to freeze the shoe for a few hours.
To Clean Suede or Nubuck: Gently apply Clarks Suede & Nubuck Cleaner with Foam Applicator, scrub gently, wipe with cloth and allow to dry for 30 minutes to ensure cleanliness and care. Once dry, lightly spray on Clarks Water and Stain Protectant.
Crep Protect Cure The ultimate cleaning set! Suitable for use on leather, suede, nubuck, canvas and many other materials.
No matter how hard you resist with products like Jason Markk and Crep Protect, keeping white sneakers clean can be a real nightmare. It covers everything from thorough cleaning of the upper, laces and midsole to the protection and storage of your beloved white sneakers.
Crep Protect Spray protects your shoes very effectively from water, dust and stains. To apply the product, shake the can, spray the product on the shoes and wait for it to dry.
Whether it’s leather, suede, nubuck or canvas shoes, Crep Protect repels liquids and uses an invisible layer to prevent stains from damaging shoes. Surfaces treated with the product repel most liquids, so cleaning is as easy and sufficient as wiping with a damp cloth.
Method 2 Boot Care Purchase a suede protective spray. Experts recommend water and stain repellents, especially for suede. Make sure the trunk is clean. Make sure the boot is clean before using the spray. Suede seal. Avoid wearing boots in rainy weather.
According to a Crep Protect representative, the recommended materials for sprayed suede are canvas and nubuck, so people shouldn’t use the fabric on leather shoes anyway.
Instructions for use Keep the box 20 cm from the shoes and spray a single layer. The first time you use Crep Protect, spray a second coat after the first dries. Wait for your shoes to dry completely, then use them as you normally would - worry free!
If you don’t have a suede brush, a clean fingernail or toothbrush will do. Start with light strokes to brush the surface of the shoe to remove loose particles and granules. When brushing, remember to brush with grain (also called suede, of course).
With its ability to absorb grease, odors and clean dirt, soda is a great choice for cleaning suede. All you need to do is sprinkle baking soda on the suede where it’s dirty and then scrub it with a soft brush. Then leave on for about 15 minutes and then brush. Dirt and oil should also be removed.
Remove small spots and stains by scrubbing them thoroughly with a special suede or white rubber. If that doesn’t work, gently wipe the stains off with a damp towel or cotton ball dipped in vinegar. If the stain persists even after the chamois is completely dry, wipe it with the rag and white vinegar.
Brush dirt and grime off shoes with a soft suede brush. Remove brown spots by wiping them gently with a cloth moistened with water and white vinegar. Be careful not to get the entire shoe wet. Use a magic eraser to clean the elastic around the outside of your suede van.