Hi, I’m Kirby Allison, founder of The Hanger Project. Here at the Hanger Project, we love helping the well-dressed take care of their wardrobes. In this video today we’re going to be talking about how to use a crepe suede brush, and how that’s different from the other type of suede cleaning brushes that we carry here at The Hanger Project. So how a crepe brush is different than the other bristle brushes, is that because it has a gummier texture, it does a better job just picking up and actually accumulating dirt from the shoe itself. To use a crepe brush, I mean you’re really just going to brush your suede or nubuck shoes in the same way you would with a suede cleaning brush. Right so you’re just going to brush it. And then as you use the brush you’re going to see the accumulation of some of that dirt. Now to clean this I mean you can just simply take this against a cloth, but you know if it gets a little bit dirty that’s completely normal. Now one of the things that a crepe brush does not do is it doesn’t do as good of a job in my opinion as a bristle brush actually getting into the suede itself. So you absolutely want to use a crepe brush for nubuck. You would never want to use a bristled suede cleaning brush for nubuck because it’s too hard and could damage the nubuck. But on suede, you know you can use a crepe brush to kind of provide just a different type of cleaning. But I still recommend using just a more traditional suede cleaning brush to kind of get into the actual suede piling and to clean the suede. If you have any questions about how to use a crepe brush please ask them in the comments section below. I answer all those comments or questions personally myself, and then second if you have any more questions, take a look at our How to Clean Suede Shoes video on our YouTube channel and then we also have a Daily Shoe Care for suede video that also goes into daily maintenance for suede shoes. I’m Kirby Allison, founder of The Hanger Project, and thanks for joining us.