Manufacturing Process Of Shoes
 Manufacturing Process Of Shoes Johor Bahru (JB), Malaysia, Southkey Supplier, Suppliers, Supply, Supplies | Datters Enterprise Sdn Bhd

Modern shoemaking processes are generally used (four types of cements) and are rarely stitched with threads.  The cement used for sticking shoes is generally only resistant to a temperature of 35° C. Water immersion will affect aging and lead to cement comes off as time has passed. In this regard, our brand shoemaker master will wash with specific primer for different raw material. After  wash, it must be air-dried for two to three hours. Lastly, primer is completely dry, it can be cementing again. In order to make the shoe's adhesion stronger, it must gone through these complicated process.  In fact, the quality of primer and cement is the key.  And our brand always adheres to the heritage craftsmanship and keeps pace with the times.

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