After buying your boots, the next thing to figure out is how to maintain it.
- tips for maintain boots
First use a soft cloth or shoe brush to remove the dirt on the boots, and then wipe with the same color shoe cream or oil. Do not use corrosive detergents.
Men’s boots are all made of high-grade materials and have similar characteristics to the skin. Therefore, after 2-3 days of wearing boots, they should be replaced to allow the swollen leather fibers to shrink and restore, stretch the creases, and volatilize the moisture inside the boots. No matter how much you love it, you must give it appropriate time to rest.
If men’s boots are accidentally soaked by water, they should be placed in a cool and ventilated place to dry in the shade, and not to be exposed to the sun, not to be baked or dried under a strong electric hair dryer, which may cause deformation of the boots and cracking of the leather surface.
For boots that are not to be worn temporarily, fill the shoe tube with a moderate amount of soft paper to prevent deformation of the boots, and then put it in a shoe bag or shoe box and store it in a dry and ventilated place. It is best to put some moisture-proof beads. In order to avoid mildew or wrinkles in casual shoes in a humid environment, it is best to use shoehorns when wearing them.
For frosted leather, please use a soft brush to remove dirt and dust, and regularly use refurbishment spray.
In short, maintenance of tooling boots is a relatively simple and fun thing. Every time maintenance can better feel the changes brought about by aging. In addition, it is strongly recommended that you frequently dust your boots and clean up the attached dust and dirt. This will save a lot of trouble in maintenance, and the “old but not dirty” ageing effect that everyone loves can be formed in the later stage.
Of course, if you don’t want to spend time doing it yourself, it’s okay to spend money to get outside care on a regular basis.