Proper maintenance of our garments can extend their useful life for many years, preserving the appearance of the first day. Although it may seem a minor detail, cleaning and storage can wear out as much clothing or more than its use.
With this in mind and following basic guidelines, you can achieve significant savings every season by maximizing the investment we make in clothing and footwear.
Panama Jack boots can be the perfect example of the application of this care. The quality of this house has led its shoe models to become the most recognizable in its market segment. A reference to the fashion for men and women since the 80’s, the craftsman care from the design of the models to the final packaging, is one of their hallmarks.
Each seam is made with precision and craftsmanship so that each pair of Panama Jack conveys the comfort, the naturalness and the quality that characterizes them.
For proper cleaning, the first thing you need to know is the type of fabric that your Panama Jack boots are made of. The cleaning process will not be the same in Nobuck leather boots as in a pair made in Goretex or suede.
Napa Skin: Wipe away any dirt or dust using a soft sponge or damp cloth. You can nourish and restore skin with colorless nourishing cream.
Napa Grass Skin: Wipe the surface with a sponge or damp cloth to remove dust or dirt. Apply horse fat or nourishing cream. In case of being very dirty clean the surface of the skin with abundant water and neutral soap. Let it dry naturally without exposing the shoe to sunlight or hot flashes. Apply horse’s fat or nourishing cream to nourish the skin.
Napa and Pull-up Skin: Wipe away any dust or dirt with a sponge or damp cloth. Nourish also with a colorless nourishing cream. Only in the case that the skin is damaged or appears discoloration because of the rub, you must apply a nourishing cream of the same color of the skin.
Velor Grass Skin: In the same way, it removes dirt or dust by using a soft sponge or damp cloth. In case of high dirt, you can clean the surface of the skin with neutral soap dissolved in a lot of water and applying a hard plastic barbed brush (like the ones used for nails).
Finally, rinse with plenty of water. Leave it to dry naturally without exposing the shoe to sunlight or heat sources. As a trick, you can apply horse fat to nourish the skin.
Vintage Napa Skin: Wipe away any dirt or dust with a damp cloth or sponge. In the case of high levels of dirt, remove the inner insoles and remove the cords. Then clean the surface of the skin with plenty of water and neutral soap. Leave it to dry naturally without exposing the shoe to sunlight or sources of heat.
If you see that the skin has deteriorated over time or that discoloration has appeared, you can apply colorless fat or be nourishing cream to nourish it, extending a minimal amount of similar form. It is essential that you mention the natural discoloration of the skin.
Serral and Nobuck Skin: Wipe off dirt or dust using a soft brush. In case of high or persistent grime, clean up the area from the skin with neutral soap dissolved in a reasonable amount of drinking water utilizing a harsh plastic barbed brush (including the person applied for nails), and rinse with lots of drinking water. Leave it to dry naturally without exposing shoes to sunlight or outbreaks of extreme heat. Finally, brush the skin in the same direction of the hair.
Goretex: For models with GORE-TEX® technology, the procedure is similar, except for the application of fats and nourishing creams. Its use is not advised since the skin of the footwear or footwear can lose breathability.
In the case of more expensive and exclusive models, it is advisable to consult with a professional about the most convenient maintenance methods. These models may contain other materials, in addition to those indicated above, that need other care or are especially delicate.
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