You have always trusted your good old pair of fine leather shoes for all the important occasions in your life. Be it impressing your potential employer or finalizing that business deal or meeting your girlfriend's parents, you can always rely on them to make an impression.
Avoid wearing them during the monsoon, but if you do, clean them thoroughly after use because if the mud dries up on the shoes, it might result in flaking of the leather. You can use cleaning solutions like creams, gels, foams, and sprays to clean the grime inside the shoe crevices.
Condition your shoes at least once a week to retain the shine. Select the conditioner according to the texture of the leather. Dry the shoes properly after conditioning them.
A fresh coat of polish can completely change the look of old, worn-out shoes. Do not try to change the color of your footwear by using a different shoe polish. Get it done from a shoe repair shop instead.
Even if they do get covered in fungus, get rid of it using a toothbrush and soap solution. Clean the crevices properly and make sure that no trace of fungus is left. Dry the shoes in bright sunlight.