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Boot Care
By: Boot Heaven

Boots are not only a valuable fashion accessory, but are also a form of protection for your feet. For all that a great pair of boots gives you, it is well worth the time and energy to take care of them. Boots that are dull, scuffed or have rundown soles/heels can not only mar your overall appearance but can cause serious injuries to your feet. Below you will find care tips to help you keep your boots in tip-top shape to enhance their appearance, performance and life span.

Cleaning, conditioning, polishing and protecting your boots are the four steps in caring for your boots that will help keep them in excellent condition. Whether your favorite footwear is fashioned of leather, suede, nubuck or an exotic leather, there are special care techniques especially suited for your favorite pair of boots.

While the following are good general guides for boot care, please remember that these care tips may not apply to all boots. If your boots are not made of leather, suede, nubuck or an exotic leather, please refer to the care instructions given on your boots manufacturer’s label. If you are not sure, please seek the advice of a professional. If you are using care products on your boots, you may wish to test the product on a small portion of your boot first.


The most important basic tip in boot care is cleaning your boots. Cleaning them properly on a regular basis will help you maintain that just-out-of-the-store look and will enhance their longevity. A clean boot also can help guard against footwear’s biggest enemies: dirt and dust.


Conditioning is another important step in caring for your boots. By helping to soften and lubricate the material, conditioners make your boots more pliable and able to accept the abuse wearing inevitably inflicts upon them. Be sure to give the top crease of your boot where your toes flex some extra attention since this crease can crack if you do not treat it. Never use conditioners that are not developed for use on your particular type of leather.

Polishing & Protecting

Last, but certainly not least, in caring for your boots is polishing and protecting. NOTE: Only boots that are made with finished leather should be polished.

And, of course, you must protect your leather boots from dirt, dust, salt, moisture and stains. For this layer of protection, a non-silicone protector works best to guard your leather boots from water and stains.


Cedar boot trees are excellent for storing your boots. These inner frames made of wood maintain the shape and form of your boots while you are not wearing them.

If you follow the boot care tips above, it will help your boots to remain looking brand new for a longer time. They also will be more resistant to wear and tear caused by dirt, dust, moisture and use.

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