Tieks are the best new addition to our winter wardrobe. They are cozy and warm and have just the right amount of puffiness. But after a few years, they look a little dirty and scuffed. Scuffs happen pretty naturally if you wear the same pair of shoes daily. They are often caused by the pads of your feet rubbing against the insole. You can also make scuff marks by rubbing your shoes against a doorjamb or a piece of furniture. The following tips can be used to prevent scuffing on shoes.

Remove Scuffs Immediately

If you notice a scuff on your shoes, patch it immediately. You’ll be able to prevent a scuff from getting worse, but you should treat the existing scuff immediately. Use a scuff stick, tissue, or another finger cleaner. Dab it onto the scuff and press against it with your finger. Make sure you don’t apply any liquid chemicals to your shoes, as they may cause damage to the material.

Oil Before You Wear Your Tieks

This is one of the perfect methods to prevent scuffing on your Tieks shoes. Make sure you apply the oil evenly to all the areas of the shoe, not just the toes. This will help fill any minor crevices your shoes have, which can prevent scuffing.

Use a Shoe Cream or Spray to Prevent Scuffing

These products are designed to moisturize the shoe material and make it more resistant to scuffing. If you often wear your shoes, you may want to consider using a shoe cream or spray. These products can be found in most shoe stores and even online. They come in various formulations, so you can find one that works best for your shoes.

Conclusion

If you want to keep your favorite shoes looking fresh, you need to take special care of them. If possible, wear them only on special occasions and don’t walk around in them for hours on end.

Tieks can only be purchased via their online store, the Boutiek. Once there you can choose one of the aforementioned styles and expect the price tag to range between $175-$300, but the good news is that shipping is free within United States and we’ve already discussed the generous exchanges policy.

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