Using Liquiproof Leather Protect Spray on my Valentino Trainers

I recently bought my first pair of designer trainers from the Valentino outlet at Bicester Village. I want to make sure I take care of them and that they stay looking pristine for as long as possible – especially with them being ALL white. I did some research into different products I could use to protect them – Liquiproof is a brand that I kept coming across, and it’s had some really great reviews.

I’d heard a lot about Crep Protect, but the more research I did it became apparent that this was more suited to materials like suede, nubuck, mesh and flyknit. Because my Valentino Garavani trainers are all leather, I decided to keep searching.

I was in the town centre one day and walked by END. They are known for their footwear so I thought I’d pop in and ask what they had. The sales assistant was quick to recommend Liquiproof – she mentioned that it had been on the tv show Dragon’s Den, and said she has used it herself and it is amazing. So I thought I’d give it a go.

The sales assistant explained that it is a one-time application (so no need to top it up). Therefore, I decided to go for the 50ml version which was £10, rather than the 125ml which was £17.

The instructions on the bottle are really simple and easy to follow.
Step 1: Ensure the surface is clean.

Step 2: When you’re ready, spray evenly over the entire surface from a distance of 10-15cm until the surface of your footwear is damp.

Step 3: Rub the coating into the fibres using a clean, soft brush.

Step 4: Leave for 10 minutes then repeat steps 2-3.

Step 5: Leave to air dry for 24 hours.

And that’s it! The Liquiproof spray created an invisible barrier, meaning my Valentino trainers will now be protected from rain, stains and spills.

Take a look at END’s full range of Liquiproof products here.

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