DIY: How to Care for Your Shoes
We all have plenty of shoes but WE love here are a few tips how to care for them
Clean the insides. This is especially important if odor is a problem. Swab them with alcohol or a drop of tea tree oil, an antifungal agent. Take care not to splash to avoid staining the leather.
Add taps and half-soles of rubber to the bottoms. A shoe repairman can do this for around $20, and the reinforcements will add many years to the life of your shoes.
Don’t wear the same leather shoes two days in a row. Sweat can take 24 hours to dry, and that moisture (plus bacteria in it) can damage leather