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Leather Care Tips         Boot Catalog    
Cleaning your Boots and shoes periodically will extend the lifetime of your Abilene and Sage footwear. It is recommended that you wipe them off after every use. Use an old towel, a damp rag, or even your socks to remove the dust and dirt that may have accumulated during the day to help prevent abrasion and cracking.

Allow your boots 24 hours to dry out before wearing them again. Moisture from your feet settles into the boot, and without time to dry, bacteria can stain the leather. A good practice is to rotate your boots, never wearing the same pair two days in a row. Never dry your boots with heat because it will dry out the leather.

1.  Oil Impregnated Leathers (2110, 2104)

Remove loose dirt and dust with soft brush or damp cloth.

Seal and protect leather with a small amount of non-Silicone base stain guard.

Surface nicks and scratches may be repaired by bringing the oil back to the leather surface. To bring the oil back, rub across the scratch or nick with your thumb or finger.

2.  Full Grain and Retan Leathers (1661, 4539)

Remove loose dirt and dust with soft brush or damp cloth.

Replenish leather with an all-purpose leather conditioner.

Seal and protect leather with a small amount of non-Silicone base stain guard.

Surface nicks and scratches may be repaired by bringing the oil back to the leather surface. To bring the oil back, rub across the scratch or nick with your thumb or finger.

3.  Garment Tanned Lightweight Leathers (9050, 9052)

Remove loose dirt and dust with soft brush or damp cloth.

Replenish leather with an all-purpose leather conditioner.

Seal and protect leather with a small amount of non-Silicone base stain guard.

4.  Textured Grains with a Medium Finish (6550, 6555)

Remove loose dirt and dust with soft brush or damp cloth.

Replenish leather with an all-purpose leather conditioner.

Seal and protect leather with a small amount of non-Silicone base stain guard.

5.  Smooth Grains with a Bright Finish (6401, 6430)

Remove loose dirt and dust with soft brush or damp cloth.

Replenish leather with an all-purpose leather conditioner.

To shine, apply neutral or matching color cream or paste and buff vigorously with a soft dry cloth.

Seal and protect leather with a small amount of non-Silicone base stain guard.

With the proper care, your new boots should look good and last a long time.

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