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How to clean lumberjack boots.

Mary Smith
By Mary Smith. Updated: January 16, 2017
How to clean lumberjack boots.
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Lumberjack boots such as those made by Panama Jack or Timberland are back in fashion. Better still, they were never out of fashion! If you like combining your boots with everything and want them to stay clean, do not miss this article on how to clean lumberjack boots. In OneHowTo.com we explain how to do so. It is easy!

You'll need:

  • Sponge
  • Cloth
  • Neutral soap
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Steps to follow:


Cleaning your boots thoroughly is a huge part of caring for your footwear; it is therefore also a part of caring for your feet and your health. Firstly, remove the laces and inner soles of your boots. Although they may not be very dirty, doing this will allow you to clean them more comfortably without fear of staining the inside of the boot.


Then, take a damp cloth and dampen the whole surface of the boots. Try to keep the cloth or sponge sufficiently wet. Rub the boots entirely without soaking them, eliminating the dirt and superficial dust.

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When you have completed this, use the same cloth or sponge and add neutral soap to scrub softly. Repeat as often as necessary to the area with most dirt (normally this will be at the sides and the tip of the boots). Careful! Try to apply only the force necessary, to avoid colour loss from the leather of the boots. Rinse the soapy parts of the boots with water.


The final step to know how to clean your lumberjack boots is to let them dry naturally, without sunlight or electrical appliances such as a dryer or heater.


If you want your boots to look new, when they finish drying you can hydrate the leather with a colourless cream or special grease for this type of footwear. These products help nourish the leather of the footwear and make them last longer.

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