Do you want to have your clogs always spotless, but don't know how? Since all clothing items require care, footwear is no different! In this post we will help you to adopt the best care for the hygiene of Working Safe occupational footwear.
To begin with, it is necessary to understand the importance of taking care of shoes. When using this type of technical footwear in our daily lives, it is essential to take certain precautions so that the clogs last and continue with the same aesthetic appearance.
But how can I do this?
It's very simple. You just need the Working Safe clogs and enthusiasm for this task. We will explain all the procedures accordingly to each model. Check which one is yours and find out how to do it.
This model is made of a material that is super resistant to high temperatures. There are two ways to sanitize Safeclog: machine wash or autoclave.
Safeclog can be machine washed up to 90ºC. We advise you to wrap them in a towel so that there are no cuts or breaks in the clogs during machine washing. Do not use corrosive substances.
The other alternative is sterilization in an autoclave up to 134ºC. This process is very beneficial for those who work in hospitals and clinics, as it is a way to eliminate microbes and bacteria that may exist in the footwear.
The most effective way to dry clogs after washing them is to wipe them with a dry cloth, or let them dry at room temperature.
The Classic Safeclog is made of polyurethane, a versatile, durable and waterproof material. It is a very flexible clog for greater comfort when walking.
For washing, we recommend that the maximum temperature is 60ºC. You should wrap the clogs in a cloth so as not to damage the shoes. Another alternative is to wash them by hand. Do not use toxic liquids.
For the Classic Safeclog to dry, clean it with a dry cloth or let it dry at room temperature.
Comfort Safeclog are composed of two elements, so they have to be washed separately, and the insole is removable to facilitate this process.
The maximum washing temperature of the clogs of this model is 60ºC. In order not to run the risk of corrupting the clogs in the machine, we advise you to wrap them in a towel. The insoles can be machine washed up to 30ºC.
The way to dry both the clog and the insole is to clean it with a dry cloth or let it dry at room temperature.
Written by Patricia Silva