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Your Timberlands are an investment, and like any good work tool, they’ll last longer if you look after them properly. Suede and nubuck leather care doesn’t have to be difficult: in fact, cleaning Timberland boots is a simple process of removing the excess dirt, gently wiping to remove stains and brushing your boots to prolong their life.
Cleaning leather boots might seem like a daunting task but once you’ve removed the surface dirt all you need to do is polish, condition and brush and they’ll look better for longer. If your boots are new, use a protective spray to avoid water marks and stains and extend the life of your shoes.
What you’ll need
Here’s what you need to clean leather or suede boots:
To make sure you’re cleaning Timberland boots with the right product for your boot type, we’ve made a chart to help you with how to clean leather versus suede or synthetic fabrics. If you aren’t using our in-house recommendations, make sure you read the label and choose a product that suits your boots.
Cleaning your boots follows the same basic process no matter their type, but it’s important that you familiarise yourself with the different kinds of leather and their reactions to different methods of cleaning. This step by step process can be followed time after time to refresh Timberland shoes and boots of all fabrics and keep them feeling and looking durable for longer: