Leather Timberland boots should require less maintenance, especially if you purchased black boots. You can keep your boots clean thanks to common household items. There are advantages to investing in a cleaning kit for your favorite boots, but simple items like dish soap and baking soda are all you need to clean dirty boots.
In this do it yourself tutorial I'll provide an in depth, step by step, guide on how to clean, restore, and sexify suede/nubuck Timberland boots!! Best Suede...
Timberland's footwear dry-cleaning kit comes with a cleaner bar to help you erase stains, and a brush to help remove dried dirt from your boots. The kit can be bought online (see Resources). If you want to avoid the added expense, you can use a pencil eraser and a firm toothbrush to clean your boots.
Timberland boots have a rubber sole. You can easily wash off the extra dirt from the rubber sole with a used toothbrush. Add detergent or dishwashing soap in warm water and apply it with the brush to clean the sole.
How Do You Clean Leather Timberland Boots? To clean a pair of leather Timberland boots, use a leather brush to gently wipe away excess dirt before wiping each boot with a leather cleaner. Use a soft cloth, mink oil and waterproofing spray for conditioning.
The suede upper flaps found on some women's styles require a bit more care to clean. While you can buy products especially designed to clean Timberland boots, you don't have to open your wallet. Clean your boots with do-it-yourself solutions so your Timberlands look fresh from the box.
The classic Timberland boots are made to be lived in. They are meant to be taken out to explore cities, taken on off-road adventures, or worn on a casual day. Such a lifestyle can’t keep the boots in pristine condition. Classic Timberland boots are made out of nubuck and smooth leather, which ...
We’re always getting questions about product care, and we can’t say we’re surprised – when you love a product, you want to take proper care of it. To help you out, we’ve put together this video to show how to keep your suede, nubuck, and canvas Timberland® products looking like new.