How to clean leather
Brush off dirt and debris using a horsehair brush or damp cloth. If a more intense clean is required then lather with saddle soap using a damp paper towel or cloth. Wipe excess soap from the shoes and air dry. If your laces require cleaning, remove from shoes and hand wash in a small container using laundry detergent and warm water. Laces should be completely dry before lacing up the shoes again.
How to condition leather
Using a horsehair brush or soft cloth, apply a leather to the shoes uppers. A neutral conditioning cream is convenient and can be used on all of your leather shoes, but a color matched cream will help cover small scratches, scrapes and scuffs. Allow to air dry, buff using a clean cloth or paper towel.
How to polish and protect leather
Apply a thin leayer of neutral or color-matched shoe polish using horsehair brush or soft cloth in a circular motion. Allow to air dry, buff using a clean cloth or paper towel, for extra shine, repeat.