To clean Timberland suede boots, brush off dirt from the surface and the soles. Blot any wet stains, and apply a water-based suede cleaner all over the shoe. Allow the boots to dry, brush up the nap, then use a suede era... 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 »

To clean Timberland suede boots, gently scrub stains with an emery board and a pencil eraser. Bring a pot of water to a rolling boil and hold the boots over the steam for several seconds. Once slightly damp, scrub the su... 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 »

To hand wash sneakers, remove the laces and insoles, and use a soft-bristled brush to remove surface dirt. Scrub a mixture of water and detergent onto the sneakers, then rinse off the soap and place the sneakers outside ... More »

All Timberland boots are made in one of the Timberland factories in either Tennessee in the United States, the Dominican Republic or China. Some pairs are labeled with the country they are manufactured in and others are ... More »

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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