How to clean light brown leather boots

How to clean light brown leather boots

Your light brown boots got a little dirty and you want to get the stain out off your boots but your do not know how to keep your boots clean and protects them from cracking? Here is the best way you can try to keep your boots clean and get rid of stains.

These care instructions work for suede boots, fur and leather boots

1. Spray new and clean mukluk boots with one of the many products that protect against water damage and other stains. As with any fabric, test a small, unseen patch first.

2. Store your Suede boots so that they can breathe. Avoid plastic bags, which prevent air circulation, and opt for a pillowcase instead to protect mukluks from dust. When traveling, store shoes in cotton flannel shoe bags instead of plastic bags.

3. Keep suede mukluks away from light, which will fade the color, and damp conditions, which can encourage growth of damaging mold and mildew.

4. If suede mukluk shoes get wet, soak up excess moisture with a clean towel. Then allow the suede to dry naturally; do not use a heat source to speed up the process. After the item dries, restore the nap (the raised fibers typical of suede) with a suede brush.

5. Use a nail file to remove dry mud and scuff marks on suede mukluk shoes. Gently file away the stain with delicate strokes. A suede brush also works to remove dirt on shoes.

6. Remove oil stains on suede moccasins or mukluks by rubbing talcum powder or cornmeal directly on the spot. After several hours, brush off the powder. Repeat if necessary.

7. Recondition suede Mukluk or moccasin shoes with products designed for that purpose. Such products can also be used on suede clothing, unless the manufacturer’s instructions specifically state otherwise. Make sure the item is clean first!

8. Keep in mind that major stains will probably require professional care. Take your suede Moccasins and Mukluk Boots to someone who specializes in leather and suede. An inexperienced dry cleaner or cobbler can cause more harm than good.

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