HOW TO CARE FOR YOUR BOOTS

care guide

CARE GUIDE

LEATHER BOOT CARE

On the job, your boots take a beating. Inclement weather, job-site materials, and other hazards wreak havoc on your boots. Over time, these hazards will cause the leather to dry out and begin to crack. Proper care and conditioning will not only help keep your boots looking good, but preserve life and longevity to your boots natural materials.

On the job, your boots take a beating. Inclement weather, job-site materials, and other hazards wreak havoc on your boots. Over time, these hazards will cause the leather to dry out and begin to crack. Proper care and conditioning will not only help keep your boots looking good, but preserve life and longevity to your boots natural materials.

Get the most out of your work boots.

Get the most out of your work boots.

On the job, your boots take a beating. Inclement weather, job-site materials, and other hazards wreak havoc on your boots. Over time, these hazards can damage the integrity of your boots natural materials.

Proper care and conditioning will not only help keep your boots looking good, but preserve their life and longevity.

On the job, your boots take a beating. Inclement weather, job-site materials, and other hazards wreak havoc on your boots. Over time, these hazards will cause the leather to dry out and crack if not cared for. Proper care and conditioning will not only help keep your boots looking good, but preserve life and longevity to your boots natural materials.

On the job, your boots take a beating. Inclement weather, job-site materials, and other hazards wreak havoc on your boots. Over time, these hazards will cause the leather to dry out and crack if not cared for. Proper care and conditioning will not only help keep your boots looking good, but preserve life and longevity to your boots natural materials.

On the job, your boots take a beating. Inclement weather, job-site materials, and other hazards wreak havoc on your boots. Over time, these hazards will cause the leather to dry out and crack if not cared for. Proper care and conditioning will not only help keep your boots looking good, but preserve life and longevity to your boots natural materials.

What you'll need:

To properly care for your boots, you'll need the following:

1. A Clean Rag (Included with purchase)

2. Warm soapy water (mild detergents recommended)

3. A brush - Horse hair works best, but a toothbrush is fine

4. BRUNT Leather Conditioner (not necessary for non-leather boots)

How to Clean:

Step 1: Remove your boots laces.

Step 2: Use warm soapy water, and a cloth or brush to remove any excess dirt or grime. Paying special attention to the hard to reach areas.

Step 3: Dry off your boots. For leather boots, take a small amount of BRUNT leather conditioner and apply evenly across the entire boot with a cloth, brush, or even your fingers.

Step 4: Wipe off any excess conditioner. Set your boots out to dry overnight, put laces back in, and step into long lasting comfort and durability.

BOOT CARE

What you'll need:

To properly care for your boots, you'll need the following:

1. A Clean Rag (Included with purchase)

2. Warm soapy water (mild detergents recommended)

3. A brush - Horse hair works best, but a toothbrush is fine

4. BRUNT's All Natural Leather Conditioner*

How to Clean:

Step 1: Remove your boots laces.

Step 2: Use warm soapy water, and a cloth or brush to remove any excess dirt or grime. Paying special attention to the hard to reach areas.

Step 3: Dry off your boots. Take a small amount of BRUNT leather conditioner* and apply evenly across the entire boots with a cloth, brush, or even your fingers.

Step 4: Wipe off any excess conditioner. Set your boots out to dry overnight, put laces back in, and step into long lasting comfort and durability.

*Conditioner may initially darken leather

What you'll need:

 

 

LEATHER CARE

Leather is known as one of the strongest, most durable materials out there. With proper care, you'll delay the aging process, helping to keep your boots looking and feeling good as new.  

What you'll need:

To properly care for your boots, you'll need the following:

1. A Clean Rag (Included with purchase)

2. Warm soapy water (mild detergents recommended)

3. A brush - Horse hair works best, but a toothbrush or nylon brush will do the job.

4. BRUNT's All Natural Leather Conditioner*

How to Clean:

Step 1: Remove your boots laces. (Laces beat up? Reach out and we'll send you a new pair for free)

Step 2: Use warm soapy water, and a cloth or brush to remove any excess dirt or grime. Paying special attention to the hard to reach areas.

Step 3: Dry off your boots. Take a small amount of BRUNT leather conditioner* and apply evenly across the entire boot with a cloth, brush, or even your fingers.

Step 4: Wipe off any excess conditioner. Set your boots out to dry overnight, put laces back in, and step into long lasting comfort and durability.

*Conditioner may initially darken leather

 

 

NON-LEATHER CARE

Our Non-Leather boots are made up of an abrasion resistant mesh exterior. When left uncared for, excess dirt and grime seep into the mesh's fiber. To help maintain the integrity of your boots, we recommend giving these a deep clean at least once a month.

What you'll need:

To properly care for your non-leather boots, you'll need the following:

1. Warm soapy water (mild detergents recommended)

2. A brush - Horse hair works best, but a toothbrush or nylon brush will do the job

How to Clean:

Step 1: Remove your boots laces. Remove your boots laces. (Laces beat up? Reach out and we'll send you a new pair for free)

Step 2: Use warm soapy water, and brush to remove any excess dirt or grime. Paying special attention to the hard to reach areas.

Step 3: Set your boots out to dry overnight. Seek out a cool dry place with low humidity.

Step 4: Once dry, put laces back in, and step into long lasting comfort and durability.

 

 

BOOT CARE

What you'll need:

To properly care for your boots, you'll need the following:

1. A Clean Rag (Included with purchase)

2. Warm soapy water (mild detergents recommended)

3. A brush - Horse hair works best, but a toothbrush is fine

4. BRUNT's All Natural Leather Conditioner*

How to Clean:

Step 1: Remove your boots laces.

Step 2: Use warm soapy water, and a cloth or brush to remove any excess dirt or grime. Paying special attention to the hard to reach areas.

Step 3: Dry off your boots. Take a small amount of BRUNT leather conditioner* and apply evenly across the entire boots with a cloth, brush, or even your fingers.

Step 4: Wipe off any excess conditioner. Set your boots out to dry overnight, put laces back in, and step into long lasting comfort and durability.

*Conditioner may initially darken leather