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How to clean clarks wallabees

Updated February 21, 2017

When your Clarks Wallabees become dirty, they should be cleaned. Cleaning not only ensures that your shoes look good, it helps prolong the life of the shoe. The cleaning process for this mocassin-style shoe varies based on the material used in the shoe. Clarks makes leather and suede Wallabees. They recommend only using their products for shoe cleaning and maintenance.

Use a Clarks crepe brush to brush dirt and dust away from the Clarks Wallabees.

Apply a quarter-sized amount of Clarks shoe cleaner on a soft cloth. Gently dab into any stains or spots. Do not rub as this can damage the suede. Allow the cleaner to work into the stains for 10 to 15 minutes.

Dampen a cloth in warm water. Dab at the spots to remove the spots, stains and cleaning residue.

Allow the shoes to fully dry. Brush the shoes with the Clarks crepe brush to loosen stiffened fabric.

Wipe the shoes off with a dry cloth to remove dirt and dust.

Dampen a cloth in warm water. Wipe down the Clarks Wallabees to remove residue and stains. Apply a quarter-sized amount of Clarks shoe cleaner on a soft cloth. Gently rub into any stains, spots or residue not removed with a dampened cloth. Allow the cleaner to work into the stains for 10 to 15 minutes.

Dampen a cloth in warm water. Wipe the spots to remove the spots, stains and cleaning residue.

Apply a half-dollar sized drop of Clarks premium leather cream to a soft cloth. Rub into the leather until it is coated in a thin, even layer of cream. Repeat on the other shoe.

Allow the shoe to air dry. Do not place by artificial heat or in direct sunlight as this can dry out the leather and cause it to crack.

Things You'll Need

  • Clarks crepe brush
  • Clarks shoe cleaner
  • Soft cloths
  • Clarks premium leather cream
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Kallie Johnson began her writing career in 2009, contributing to various online publications. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in English from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas. She enjoys writing home and garden topics and considers herself an expert on do-it-yourself home improvement topics.