Product information "Punch pliers"
Exclusive hole punch for punching additional holes in the straps.
How do the shoes come to me?
- DHL Standard delivery
4,90 € Germany
10,00 € EU
15,00 € Europe (none EU)
Returns within Germany are free of charge. You can use the returns label provided to return items. Click here for more information on returns.
Caring for your dance shoes starts with their proper storage in the textile bag provided, preferably with a shoe tree or filled with moisture-absorbent paper.
- Nappa Leather
Clean shoes after wearing by washing or brushing off dirt particles. You can make use of colour co-ordinated or clear shoe polish. Apply a thin layer of shoe polish, leave on for approximately half an hour and then polish shoe.
- Suede leather
Suede leather can best be cleaned with a standard crepe shoe brush (see extras in our shop).
- Patent Leather
The care of patent dance shoes is similar to that of normal street shoes. First, coarse dirt should be carefully removed with a cloth or brush. After wearing them six to ten times, some patent-lacquer polish or patent-lacquer care product should be applied. This should be spread thinly on the shoe with a soft sponge and allowed to soak in for about 30 minutes. Subsequently wipe off with a cloth.
Brocade is sensitive and may become detached if it comes into frequent contact with other shoes. Always store the individual shoes separately so that they do not rub against each other in the bag or pocket.
- Chevro silver, Chevro platinum and Chevro antique
Chevro Leather are made of high-quality laminated kidskin that is not dyed through. Scratches and scrapes cannot be removed.
Satin dance shoes are particularly sensitive to dirt. Under no circumstances should hard brushes, rough sponges or aggressive cleaning products be used to clean satin shoes. The shoes should only be cleaned with a soft cloth and a little water, possibly diluted with a little colourless shampoo. Please make sure that the entire shoe is cleaned, otherwise marks will appear.
- Suede soles
Suede outsoles can become slick and slippery over time. With a special roughening brush (see extras in our shop) you can regain the original soft look of the sole by removing dirt and wax through scratching.