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Get dirty shoes clean easily and effectively. See how to treat the different types of shoes.

Sneakers

Sneakers may all need to be treated with På Stell, and if you do, you will keep your shoes great for a long time.

Machine-washable shoes should be rubbed with Lemon Soap and water before washing at 40 degrees with Lemon Wash.

If you need to treat sneakers without washing them afterwards, use Lemon foam. Rub the foam thoroughly into your shoes and rinse or wipe immediately afterwards with a wet cloth.

Leather shoes

Smooth leather

Rub Lemon foam on all stains and wipe off immediately with a wet cloth. If possible, finish with a suitable shoe cream.

suede

For suede, we recommend using Lemon Soap which is not as concentrated as Lemon Foam. Whip foam from the Lemon soap in water and apply the foam into the stain. Let it dry. Brush off all remaining soap with a clean shoe brush or similar. 

Rubber boots

Most dirt is easily removed if you just rinse your rubber boots. If you get stains from oil or other things that sticks harder, you can wash your boots with Lemon soap and water. Rub well on all stains and rinse.

Goretex

Goretex and other shoes or boots in technical materials can be cleaned with Lemon Foam.

Rub the foam on all stains. After application, rinse or wipe off all soap with a wet cloth. If necessary, you can finish with suitable impregnation.

Sneakers

Sneakers may all need to be treated with På Stell, and if you do, you will keep your shoes great for a long time.

Machine-washable shoes should be rubbed with Lemon Soap and water before washing at 40 degrees with Lemon Wash.

If you need to treat sneakers without washing them afterwards, use Lemon foam. Rub the foam thoroughly into your shoes and rinse or wipe immediately afterwards with a wet cloth.

Leather shoes

Smooth leather

Rub Lemon foam on all stains and wipe off immediately with a wet cloth. If possible, finish with a suitable shoe cream.

suede

For suede, we recommend using Lemon Soap which is not as concentrated as Lemon Foam. Whip foam from the Lemon soap in water and apply the foam into the stain. Let it dry. Brush off all remaining soap with a clean shoe brush or similar. 

Rubber boots

Most dirt is easily removed if you just rinse your rubber boots. If you get stains from oil or other things that sticks harder, you can wash your boots with Lemon soap and water. Rub well on all stains and rinse.

Goretex

Goretex and other shoes or boots in technical materials can be cleaned with Lemon Foam.

Rub the foam on all stains. After application, rinse or wipe off all soap with a wet cloth. If necessary, you can finish with suitable impregnation.