Caring For and Cleaning Your Ugg Boots
Your sheepskin ugg boots are made from 100% natural Australian sheepskin, which is naturally resistant to small amounts of water. If you avoid wading through deep puddles or trekking through mud, your sheepskin boots will last a long time. Like any fine garment, sheepskin is delicate and not all stains can be prevented or removed. It is very important to have in mind the unique nature of the sheepskin material that boots are made of, and to take the proper cleaning as well as protecting measures. With proper care and cleaning, you can expect your footwear to last longer, but we in no way guarantee that it will remove all stains nor prevent stains from occurring. Treat sheepskin boots with ugg protector prior to wearing to avoid any initial staning. It never hurts to give sheepskin boots an occasional gentle brushing with a soft cloth or suede or nubuck brush. This will loosen any dust or small amounts of dirt that might have attached to the boot during the course of the day. Brush your boots in one direction only when not wearing your sheepskin boots, keep them in a dry place, as you would with any shoes. If nothing obstructs the opening of the boots, they will air out on their own. Next time you slip your sheepskin boots on, they will feel and look as great as ever.
How to Clean Ugg Boots
One reason sheepskin boots look and feel wonderful is the sheepskin used to make each pair which is a natural product, which will offer you comfort and warmth. Sheepskin is a material that should be cleaned gently.
Sheepskin boots should never be put in a washing machine or a dryer. Hand-wash your sheepskin boots in a warm water, using an approved wool detergent. You can use a soft brush for scrapping. Moisten sheepskin footwear with clean , cold water. Wet entire boot when cleaning to ensure equal drying or you could end up with visible water lines. Rinse clean in clean, cold water, lightly stuff with paper to hold shape.Allow to dry naturally, place your boots in the shade, away from heat or direct sunlight and allow drying out slowly to retain the soft, supple finish. Sheepskin footwear does shrink slightly after drying out, but will get back to normal after just a few wears. Once the boot is dry, lightly brush the cleaned area with a suede or nubuck brush. Brush in one direction only. If you follow these directions, your sheepskin boots will look fantastic for years to come.