Question about Helle Comfort Clothing Accessories
Sandals are not that old but soles have cracked.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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You didn't say what needs to be cleaned. If it is the straps, any shoe repair shop or any good shoe store should have suede cleaner.
It won't be cork under the bottom and if that is dirty, then an old soft toothbrush with dish detergent would take care of most dirt that you would get on them. You can seal them with something like Klebfast cork sealer to keep the dirt from coming back in at the sole.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
My friend has a similar problem with this once, but different shoe brand, same type. The simple the solution is to get new sandals, but if you can fix the problem, then try to fix it. A quick fix can be to wash the sandals by hand once in a while to get them from smelling. Use soap or alcohol to scrub them off and put outside to dry. Another way you could do this is to simply wash them in your washer with detergent. This may get rid of what collects on the sandals and gets rid of the smell. Then let them air dry, putting them in the sun can be most effective. These solutions should help if not try the old trick of putting a bag freshener in you bag when you put them away.
Posted on Jun 08, 2011
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you can put it in the machine since it is suede, moreso the base of the sandal looks like its water resistant. i'd advice you to wash it if the base doesnt store water in it.. but if it does, you will have to wash it manually with your hands.. i hope i've been able to help you..
Posted on Jul 14, 2011
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The good news is yes, the bad news is that you're going to do some leg work. First contact the manufacture, give them style name or model #. If the shoe is still in production they should at the very least send you a replacement. I've contacted many manufacturers, told them a customer has a problem with "such & such" shoe and they would send the part(s) directly to me.
Obviously the repair would have been a lot cheaper if the customer did all the "leg work".
Posted on Sep 10, 2011
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