Have you're favorite leather boots seen better days? Yep, we've all been there. No need to get all teary-eyed about it though. Most high-quality resoleable leather boots can last for years - if you give them some much needed R & R every now and then. So tell your dirty boots not to worry because after you read this you'll have them all sorts of fixed up.

How To Care For Leather Boots

  1. First, you'll want to start with a soft brush and give your boots a good once over. Brushing your boots will loosen most of the dirt and dust they have collected over your latest escapades.
  2. Next, you'll want to apply a good all purpose cleaner/conditioner to your boots. If the boots are oiled distressed or a similar kind of boot use a distressed cleaner and conditioner. An all purpose conditioner can be used on all other kinds of boots.
  3. Pour the cleaner/conditioner on a rag and rub it into the leather. Once it's all rubbed in you'll want to let it dry, then buff it lightly.
  4. For the next step you'll want to apply a boot cream. Find a boot cream color that is as close to the original color of your boot that you can find. You'll then apply the cream with a soft rag by rubbing it into the leather. Let this dry then buff it lightly as well. (P.S. If your boots are distressed or oiled leather do not use any boot cream.)

Exotic Leather Boots? Here's How To Care For Them:

  1. Take a soft brush and lightly go over your boots to remove the dirt.
  2. Next, apply a good exotic conditioner/cleaner to your boots by spraying it on. Then wipe off the conditioner/cleaner.


PFI Western, home of BootDaddy carries a wide variety of items for your boot care needs at http://www.pfiwestern.com/boots/cowboy-boots/mens-boot-care.html