Caring for Your New Burjus

The sooner you care the longer they'll last!


Vegan Leather:
1. Wipe the surface with a damp cloth or sponge to remove dirt and dust.
2. For tougher stains, mix mild soap with water and gently scrub the affected area.
3. Avoid harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners as they can damage the material.
4. Dry the shoes with a clean cloth and let them air dry completely before wearing.

Vegan Suede:
1. Use a soft-bristled brush or suede brush to gently remove dirt and stains.
2. For tougher stains, use a suede eraser or a mixture of water and mild soap applied with a soft cloth.
3. Allow the shoes to air dry naturally, away from direct heat sources, to prevent damage to the material.

Satin Shoes:
1. Wipe the surface with a soft, damp cloth to remove any dirt or stains.
2. For stubborn stains, use a mild detergent mixed with water and gently dab the affected area.
3. Be careful not to rub too hard as satin can be delicate.
4. Allow the shoes to air dry completely before wearing.

Stain Removal:

For all materials:
1. Blot any spills immediately with a clean cloth to prevent them from setting.
2. Use a gentle cleaner appropriate for the specific material of your shoes.
3. Test any cleaning products on a small, inconspicuous area first to ensure they won't damage the material.



Vegan Leather and Satin:
1. Apply a waterproofing spray specifically designed for synthetic materials.
2. Follow the manufacturer's instructions for application, ensuring even coverage.
3. Reapply the waterproofing spray periodically, especially after cleaning or if you notice the shoes becoming less resistant to water.

High Heel Care:

1. Check the heels regularly for wear and tear, and replace worn heel tips promptly to prevent further damage.
2. Store high heels in a way that maintains their shape, such as using shoe trees or stuffing them with tissue paper.
3. Avoid wearing high heels in harsh weather conditions or on uneven surfaces to prevent damage to both the heels and the shoe.

Sole Maintenance:

1. Clean the soles regularly with a damp cloth to remove dirt and debris.
2. Use a sole brush or an old toothbrush to scrub away any stubborn dirt or residue.
3. Check for signs of wear on the soles and repair or replace them as needed to maintain traction and stability.

Storage Suggestions:

1. Store your shoes in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight to prevent fading and discoloration.
2. Avoid stacking shoes on top of each other to prevent misshaping.
3. Use shoe bags or boxes to protect your shoes from dust and moisture when not in use.
4. Stuff shoes with tissue paper or shoe trees to help them maintain their shape during storage.

By following these simple tips, you can keep your Burju's in tip top shape for a long time of comfort and enjoyment!


For more information about caring for your Burjus check out our Shoe School