The best way to clean ugg boots.
How to Clean Ugg Boots
Ugg Boots are so comfortable and cozy that you probably
wear them all the time. Constant wearing leads to dirt build
up, grime and odor. So, read on to learn some simple methods
on HOW TO CLEAN UGG BOOTS and have them looking good as new
in a matter of minutes.
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Ugg Boots originated in Australia in the 1930’s and were worn by World War I pilots, to keep their feet warm. Ugg Boot is short for ugly boot, which the Australians named the sheepskin boot.
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Ugg Boots are not so ugly anymore. In fact, Ugg Boots are among the most popular in the fashion industry. To make Ugg Boots affordable to all, the boots are made out of a combination of cowhide suede and synthetic sheepskin. The original Ugg Boot came in one style and in color-sandy brown. Now, they are available in several styles and colors.
Today, Ugg Boots are not necessarily worn for warmth. Instead, they are a must have accessory found in closets around the world, from superstars, to your average 3 year old pre-schooler.
Ugg Boots are so comfortable and cozy that they feel like slippers. As such, people slip them on at any time of the year, in any weather, to go just about anywhere.
The popular boots range in price from as low as $75 to an excess of $200 which is not necessarily cheap for a pair of boots. No matter how much the boots cost, the best way to keep them looking new and have them for years to come is to care for them properly.
Following are some common methods as suggested by Ugg Retailers and Ugg Consumers on HOW TO CLEAN UGG BOOTS. However, there are some simple home methods that can be used.
Supplies needed for use on Ugg or sheepskin boots: Water and Stain Repellent, Cleaner and Conditioner, a stiff brush and a suede/nubuck brush.
Waterproof Boots. Spray your boots with Ugg Water and Stain Repellent before wearing them for the first time. Allow them to dry naturally out of direct heat or sunlight for at least 24 hours. Once boots are dry, lightly brush in one direction with a suede/nubuck brush.
Shampoo Boots. Moisten boots with cold water. Apply a small amount of Ugg Cleaner and Conditioner to a stiff brush to clean the boots. Evenly cover the entire boot. Rinse boot with cold or warm water. Shake off excess water, fill the boots with paper towels and dry boots naturally. Brush boots with a suede/nubuck brush.
However, as an owner of a few pairs of Ugg boots myself, there are some simple and more cost-effective home methods that can be used to produce the same effect. The following video gives some great tips on HOW TO CLEAN UGG BOOTS, as well as deodorize them. Take a look...
So you've read all the Do's on HOW TO CLEAN UGG BOOTS, but we definitely want you to have your boots for years to come. Below are some of the Dont's.....
DO NOT wash your boots in the washing machine and dryer. The washing machine will ruin them and the dryer will shrink them.
DO NOT wash your boots in hot water or soak them, it will weaken the glue and cause shrinkage. Use cold or warm water only and wet the boots completely.
DO NOT apply cleaner and conditioner directly onto boot. Dilute the Ugg Cleaner and Conditioner with water and cleaner and conditioner.
DO NOT scrub boots aggressively. This will damage the delicate sheepskin.
These steps may not be guaranteed to prevent or remove all stains, but they will definitely ensure that your boots will last longer and look good!