Use and Maintenance of Pleaser Footwear
Boots and Booties
Use the hooks properly: The hooks on Pleaser Booties are designed to help you lace up your boots safely and comfortably.
However, it's important to use the hooks properly and not overdo the force with which you pull them.
Avoid lacing the boots too tight: Lacing the boots too tight can put too much pressure on the hooks, increasing the risk of breakage.
Make sure to lace up the boots comfortably but not too tightly.
Avoid pulling the hooks too hard: Pulling the hooks too hard can cause them or the eyelet material to break.
Pulling with moderation and delicacy can help prevent any damage.
Promptly repair any defects: If you notice any defects or signs of wear on the hooks of your Pleaser Booties, s
eek professional repair. Ignoring any problems could lead to further damage or complete boot breakage.
Choose the right size: Make sure to purchase the right size Pleaser sandals for your feet.
Wearing sandals that are too tight or too loose can increase the risk of breakage.
Avoid sudden movements: Sudden movements such as jumping or running in Pleaser sandals can cause breakage.
Try to avoid sudden movements and use the sandals for the activities they were designed for.
PVC Upper Sandals (transparent upper)
Avoid excessive bending of the upper: PVC is a fairly flexible material but can easily break if excessively bent.
Make sure not to bend the upper of Pleaser sandals too much and not exert too much pressure on it.
Do not expose the sandal upper to heat sources: Heat can cause PVC deformation and increase the risk of breakage.
Avoid exposing sandals to heat sources such as direct sunlight or artificial heat sources like radiators or heaters.
Do not use aggressive chemical cleaners: some chemical cleaners can cause PVC corrosion and increase the risk of breakage.
Use only gentle and non-abrasive cleaning products to clean the upper of Pleaser sandals.
Take care of your shoes: clean them regularly and store them properly.
Avoid exposing them to heat or direct sunlight as this can cause material deterioration and increase the risk of breakage.
By following these tips, you can prevent breakage of Pleaser footwear and keep your shoes in good condition for a long time.
It is recommended to wear thin socks for a few minutes the first time (when new) before wearing them continuously.
The PVC material is very durable and flexible in use and adapts perfectly to the shape of the foot with body heat.
Changes, damage, or destruction of footwear due to improper or insufficient maintenance may be considered when handling any claims.
It is also important to distinguish the warranty and lifespan of the footwear based on the intensity of their use.