We are always happy when you choose footwear from KaDar. We deeply care about your comfort and convenience when manufacturing our footwear. We also care about extending the life of our footwear after you purchase it.
When buying a pair of shoes, pay attention to the right size you choose by trying half pairs. Make sure your foot fits. The shoe must contain enough room for your foot to rest comfortably. In case the shoes are too small, it can cause leather deformation, cracks, stitch breaking, and uncomfortable rubbing on the foot. When buying and using the shoes, consider its seasonality and function. The footwear construction and materials used while manufacturing are used according to weather conditions in different seasons.
Before using newly purchased shoes (except varnish), it is necessary to protect them from moisture, dirt, dust and stains with a special polishing liquid.
In order to give the shoes a long life and a good look, apply special shoes polish regularly.
Manufacturers of high-quality footwear use natural dyes for dying the leather.
Apply aerosol to avoid staining the socks and feet in the first days of using shoes
Polish your shoes each time you put them on before you venture out into bad weather. Don’t forget to regularly waterproof them too.
Drying the footwear
If the shoes get wet, dry them at room temperature without the use of heating devices. In order to prevent the deformation of shoes during drying, it is necessary to use internal inserts for keeping the shape of the footwear. It will dry in 20 hours. Shoes require decent airflow to enable it to breathe. Never store shoes in plastic.
Polishing the footwear
For the footwear made of varnish, leather, kid and textile in case of contamination it is necessary to remove sand with a damp, soft cloth to clean its surface. Do not rub too forcefully, because the outer fibers can be damaged and the material will lose its quality and original appearance. Then it is recommended to dry the shoes in the natural way, after which you should apply protective polish. Velour, nubuck, and suede are cleaned while dry only. If your suede shoes get dirty, a standard rubber eraser or a suede-block can be used to gently lift and remove the dirt. Thereafter, brush in one direction only using a non-wired suede brush. If you brush some suede in multiple directions, colors can appear inconsistent and your shoes may look ratty. After rubbing and brushing, seal the velour, suede or nubuck again using a silicone-based suede spray.
Storage and repair
At home, stack your shoes away from light and dust. Try to avoid having shoes rub against each other. Storing in the original box is best for this. While traveling wrap each shoe in clothing items, stuffing socks into the shoe to retain the shape.
Keep the footwear at a temperature from + 14 ° C to + 25 ° C at a relative humidity of 50-80%. During the warranty period, the shop where the shoes were purchased can make repairs if needed.