You just pulled out that old favorite pair of boots and realized they look pretty worn. Maybe you put them away in a hurry after last winter. Or maybe time’s just catching up with them. If you want to wear them today, you probably don’t have time to run to the shoe repair shop. That’s okay because you can clean them up at home in a jiffy.
Joan Clark at tipsbulletin.com posted a helpful article on how to clean and care for leather shoes and boots. You’ll find out what to use on finished leather if you don’t have saddle soap on hand. You’ll see how to make water, salt, and grease stains fade away using products you probably have at home right now. Spit-shine that leather when you click the link below.