Care for suede and nubuck shoes with Burgol
Suede shoes are traditionally stowed in the cellar or at the storehouse as soon as the first autumnal gusts bring rain. At the latest, however, in cold winter temperatures with snowfall and the risk of having to remove salt edges from the shoe, they are hardly used any more. It is only in spring, with its longer days, more sunshine and the associated invitation to take a stroll, that they are remembered.
The very light-hearted, yet noble-looking suede shoes first want to be brought into shape, because a dusty, possibly even stained and unbrushed pile can quickly take on shabby features. Such a reactivation for comfortable walks, evening restaurant visits or business ventures is much easier than most shoe lovers with less experience in suede shoes think. The following article is recommended to all old hands in this field of shoe care as a souvenir.