Belt Straps for Designer Buckles

Suede and Nubuck Leather Goods Care Kit Guide

Suede and Nubuk Leather Care Kit Box

Dear Customer,
we would like to thank you for choosing Casanova1948’s Suede and Nubuck Leather Goods Care Kit.

If you still are not our customer we appreciate if you take care of your leather products using our leather care instructions ( with specific leather goods brushes and creams ).

To use this guide, if you are not an owner of our leather care kit. please get: 1 brass shoe brush, 1 rubber brush, 1 brush with natural rubber and bristles, 1 brightening spray (no gas) and 1 cotton cloth. Buy the specific leather goods polish products only from specialized shop online or in your town ( ask for any question ).

Important! this instructions are only for Suede and Nubuck Leather, avoid to use them with Smooth ot Textured Calfskin and Exotic Skins..

HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR SUEDE OR NUBUK LEATHER GOODS:

  1. Remove dust from the shoe by gently brushing it with the brass shoe brush.
  2. Scrub vigorously with the rubber brush to remove any stain or marks on the shoe (use the small natural rubber brush for the hard-to-reach parts, e.g. near the sole or the seams).
  3. Give a second gentle brushing with the brass shoe brush.
  4. Shake the brightening spray bottle, then apply the brightening spray at distance of 15/20cm. Let dry for about 20 minutes.
  5. Brush again gently with the brass brush and the small brush, possibly following the same direction with the strokes.

Leather Care Kit. pdf Guide

Enjoy your shoe care!


additional resources: Leather Care and Exotic Leather Care Guide

Smooth Leather, Textured Leather and Exotic Skins Care Kit Guide

Smooth & Textured Exotic Leather Care Kit

Dear Customer,
we would like to thank you for choosing Casanova1948’s SMOOTH, TEXTURED AND EXOTIC Leather Care Kit.

If you still are not our customer we appreciate if you take care of your leather products using our leather care instructions ( with specific leather goods brushes and creams ).

To use this guide, if you are not an owner of our leather care kit. please get: 2 tins of polish ( neutral and black ), 2 shoes polishing brushes ( neutral and black ), 2 shoes polish daubers ( natural and black ), 1 cotton cloth and Meltonian or Casanova1948 Neutral and Black cream. Buy the specific leather goods polish products only from specialized shop online or in your town ( ask for any question ).

Important! this instructions are only for Smooth and Textures Leather, Alligator and Lizard Skins, avoid to use them with Suede or Nubuck Leather goods.

HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR SMOOTH, TEXTURED AND EXOTIC LEATHER GOODS:

  1. Remove dust from the shoe with a clean brush (the natural wood brush for lighter leather, the brown brush for darker leather)
  2. With the dauber (again, use the natural wood to apply clear polish, and the brown wood for dark/black polish), spread the polish evenly over the entire surface of the shoe, especially on the seams, and let it absorb; this will restore leather hydration and preserve the seams.
  3. Leave the polish in place for about 20 minutes, then buff the shoe with brisk, side to side motions of the brush.
  4. Give the final touches with the cotton cloth to remove any excess polish on the shoe.

Leather Care Kit. pdf Guide

Enjoy your shoe care!


additional resources: Leather Care and Exotic Leather Care Guide

Leather Care and Exotic Leather Care

Leather Care

Leather Care

CALFSKIN

Never leave your leather exposed to water, chemicals, and the elements, as they will discolor your leather items. The life of your leather good will also be dramatically shortened if it is not kept conditioned: if too dry, it will begin to crack and the finish will fade as well.

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Brand name Belt types and Designer Buckles Compatibility

Belt Buckles Types Leather Belt Strap Models

As you may be aware, there are several kinds of buckles to fit many types of belts, both for men and women.
Since the 50’s and with few exceptions, all name and designer brands have been selling different types of buckles and here is a sum up of the most common ones :

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