Washing with water
Similar to leather jackets, the boots are washed after being inspected in advance, using four separate sinks for each process.
In the first sink, wash with water and use a brush to remove large dirt from the soles and other areas.
Main washing with special soap
In the second sink, soak in an aqueous solution containing a color fixing agent. Main washing in the third sink where "special soap" is mixed.
Thoroughly wash the inside of the boots, including the toes, changing the brush depending on the shape of the boots.
In the fourth sink, the leather is soaked in a solution containing a conditioner for several minutes to thoroughly nourish the leather inside and out.
After soaking in the conditioner, remove the moisture with an absorbent towel to avoid damaging the outer leather by rubbing. By doing this properly, you can shorten the drying time.
While towel drying, before the shoes are completely dry, use a shoe keeper to shape them to prevent them from losing their shape.
Dry thoroughly in a shaded area with good ventilation.
|Item name||cleaning fee||Water repellent|
|leather jacket||From 8,800 yen||2,750 yen|
|leather jumpsuit||From 14,300 yen||3,300 yen|
|shearling coat down||From 11,000 yen||2,750 yen|
|leather pants/skirts||Starting from 8,250 yen||2,200 yen|
|leather vest||From 7,700 yen||2,200 yen|