What colour? We can dye your shoes darker than the colour they originally are. However, the colour and condition of your shoes will dictate the colour they can be dyed. For example, originally white in excellent condition will give you lots of options, but pink with heavy staining will limit your palette.
Colour variation? Please be aware that the reference colours may vary from screen to screen. The final colour may be darker than the reference, as this is dependent on of layers needed which is dictated by the condition of the shoe.
Concealing stains? Dye is transparent, so to conceal stains we have to dye your shoes the colour of the darkest stain – in most cases, this will be black.
Dirty shoes? If your shoes are dirty, you will be charged a £55 special clean fee to clean them before they can be dyed.
Frayed areas? Satin frays when friction and pressure is applied. Frayed fibres areas absorb dye at a different rate, causing a difference in colour saturation.