CARE FOR YOUR OLD FRIEND FOOTWEAR
Although there are many methods for cleaning slippers, some may be permanently damaging. To keep your Old Friend Footwear in the best condition possible, these are the methods that we have found to be the most useful.
*DO NOT PUT OLD FRIEND FOOTWEAR IN WASHING MACHINES OR SUBMERGE THEM IN WATER.
- Clean the leather using a warm damp cloth and a diluted mild leather detergent.
- Rinse cloth out and rub again, try to remove moisture immediately with a dry cloth.
- Leather cleaning kits are also available (these can be found at your local shoe store); you can gently use the kit's eraser on troubled spots, and then rub with a stiff brush.
- DO NOT use a blow drier or heater if they get wet, air dry inside and away from sunlight.
- Gently rub sheepskin fleece with a wet cloth and mild detergent, repeat with warm rinse water and remove moisture with a dry cloth.
- Brush fleece lightly to renew nap.
- Always air dry you slippers in the shade, never in direct sunlight.
- Sheepskin can also be refreshed with baking soda. Sprinkle baking soda over fleece, let it stand overnight, and shake or vacuum the powder out the next day.
- You can also spray lightly with an anti-bacterial spray, let spray dry before using slipper again.
- Always let your Old Friend carry your slippers around.