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How To Prepare Your Leather Boots For The Winter

It’s no secret that the winter season is a magical time of year. Whether you’re heading out for a work holiday party, spending the afternoon walking through the streets of Toronto, or going gift shopping, leather boots add a great touch to almost any outfit. It can be easy to forget to prepare your leather boots for the season. That’s why we’ve put together a list of tips to help you prep your leather boots so that they’re ready for this unpredictable season! Regularly Clean your Boots After purchasing a new pair of leather boots, the last thing you want to notice is the loss of shine, cracks, and dried out leather. In the winter, many sidewalks and paths are...

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Tips To Prevent Leather Shoes From Cracking And More

Leather is a skin, and to keep it looking its best as long as possible, you need to keep it moisturized. Dried leather can wrinkle, crack, or become a lighter color, and is more vulnerable to being damaged by water and salt. Polishing your leather shoes is a great way to keep them moisturized, scuff free, and coated with an extra layer protecting the leather from the elements. Proper leather shoe treatment not only makes your shoes look good, but it also preserves the natural material, adding to their life. Without proper conditioning and care, leather dries out, eventually cracking and falling apart, leaving your shoes and boots an unsightly mess. Throwing a coat of shoe polish on them now...

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How To Care For Your Leather Goods: From Cleaning To Protecting

Leather might be fashionable, but it can also be quite fragile depending on the conditions to which it is exposed. For example, excess heat can cause it to crack and harden, while excess moisture can strip the natural oils that keep the leather from drying up. However, these potential problems are by no means insurmountable, only that your leather products need regular maintenance if you intend to continue using them years or even decades after their purchase. Let's take a look at these cleaning steps. Step 1: Cleaning Cleaning is the first step in leather maintenance. Doing so can be as simple as using a damp cloth to remove gathered dust, but more stubborn problems require harsher solutions. Since most...

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