HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR FOOTWEAR
If the footwear is cared for and worn in the correct working environment and stored in dry ventilated conditions, it should give a good wear life without premature failure of the outsole, upper and upper stitching. The actual wears life for footwear is dependent on the type of footwear environmental conditions, which can affect the contamination, and degradation of the product. If the footwear is damaged, it should be replaces immediately as the damage may impair the level of protection.
AIR DRY YOUR FOOTWEAR AFTER EACH DAY USE
To ensure the best service and wear from the footwear, it is important that the footwear is regularly-cleaned and treated with a good propriety-cleaning product. Do not use any caustic-cleaning agents. Where footwear is subject to wet conditions, it shall, after use, be allowed to dry naturally in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area not be force dried, as this can cause deterioration of the upper material.
Shoes/boots made of leather should only be cleaned with warm water and a stiff bristle brush. For suede, the suede cleaner bar can be used to remove dirt and retain nap. Other leathers can be cleaned with normal leather cleaner in order to remove excess dirt, waxes and other abrasive materials on leather.