To clean leather boots, gently wash the boots with saddle soap, then thoroughly dry them before conditioning and protecting. You need saddle soap, two damp cloths, a towel, a dry cloth or quick-drying sponge, leather con... More »

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To clean leather boots, stuff them with newspaper, brush off dirt, dab stains with diluted vinegar, wipe scuff marks with baking soda dissolved in water, and polish the boots. This 30-minute process requires newspaper, a... More »

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To clean suede boots, wipe off fresh wet stains with a paper towel, and wait for the suede to dry. Lift the suede up with the metal side of a suede brush or sandpaper. Use a suede eraser to rub out any set-in stains, the... More »

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Frequent wear, timely oiling, getting wet and conditioning are the best ways to soften leather boots. It is a good idea to use multiple methods to soften boots, to speed up the process. More »

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. More »

Stretch leather boots by walking around the house with the boots on, stuffing them when they're not in use, or putting them in the freezer with a bag of water inside. If those methods don't work, take the boots to a prof... More »

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A person should check the fit of leather boots while standing. A leather boot should make the entire foot feel snug except for the heel. The ball of the foot should sit at the widest part of the sole of the boot. The ins... More »