3 Easy Steps for Boot Cleaning

Cleaning all your tack and riding wear is essential for maintenance and to increase the products lifespan.

I clean my Veredus Soprano GUARNIERI boots normally every two to three days depending on their condition.

Before & After

 

Items you will need:

  1. Leather Cleanser
  2. Leather Conditioner/Balsam
  3. Soft Cloth/soft towel
  4. Hard Brush

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I place my leaning products in a grooming box at home. I will be using the LEXOL leather cleaner, which you can find at almost all tack shops here in the UAE; along with the Veredus Curium Balsam, which you can find at Cavalos tack shop.


Step 1: Spray the leather cleaner either onto your boot or on the cloth/towel and move in circular motion.

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Step 2: Wait a few minutes for the cleanser to dry, then swab your a clean cloth/towel onto your balsam/conditioner and apply onto boots in circular motion.

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Step 3: Wait again a couple of minutes for the conditioner to try, then buff it out with a hard brush to add some polish.

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Note: There are a number of different cleaning products in the market today, so just make sure you get one that is suitable for the leather you have on your boots as it varies. If you are unsure, then it is safest to stick with getting cleaners from the boot brand itself; e.g Veredus boots = Veredus cleaner.

Happy cleaning 🙂

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