Make sure your Blundstones last you years by taking proper care of them. There are some important instructions to follow if you want a pair of Blundstones to stay looking brand new!
This article teaches you how to clean ., , , canvas, and sole
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What to Avoid When Washing Blundstones
Regardless of which type of : you have, here are some things you should avoid when cleaning your
- Don’t lay them in direct sunlight.
- Do not put the boots next to an artificial to speed the drying process.
- Do not put the boots inside a dryer.
- Do not use strong chemical solvents to clean your boots.
How to Clean
Step 1 – Remove Caked on
Use a or soft bristle to remove any or debris caked onto the . If you use a to remove debris, allow the boots to fully air dry.
It’s important to not put them in direct sunlight or next to any heaters.
Step 2 – Apply Polish
Pick out your polish, , or that will work best with your Blundstones. Apply the polish to the outside area to ensure that the product does not change the appearance or color of the .
Use a polishing or to apply the cleaner to the entire in circular motions.
Step 3 – Remove any Leftover Polish
Most of the time there will be spots of polish or remaining on the material after being applied. In the next step, you should wipe any excess residue before setting the boots aside to dry.
Step 4 – Leave the Boots For Air Drying
Allow the boots to air dry, once again away from direct sunlight or heating appliances. They will be fine to be left overnight in a cool and dry room.
How to Clean
Step 1 – Clean the of Dried Mud
Remove any excess by gently scrubbing it off the using a . If there are any marks visible, gently rub a into the .
Then, wipe away any of the excess rubber debris. You can skip this step if there are no visible scuffs.
Step 2 – Combine and Cleaner
Pour a little bit of cleaner and cleaner into a bowl of lukewarm . After that, you’ll need to dampen your using this mixture.
Step 3 – Apply to Dirty Areas on The
Now you can wipe down your boots by gently rubbing the dampened on any stained areas. If the entire is dirty you should be fine to wipe down the entire outside material.
Step 4 – Wipe Down and Leave Blundstones to Dry
Use a clean towel to sop up excess by dabbing the towel on the outside of the . Allow the to air dry, away from direct sunlight and heating appliances.
After the in the future. is dry, use a and/or stain repellent to protect your
How to Clean
Step 1 – Remove Debris
Remove excess on the . Use a to further remove excess debris. by rubbing a dry
the in a gentle, circular motion to cover all areas evenly and cleanly.
Step 2 – Scrub Away Any Scuffs
Use a to remove any scuffs if you have them. If you do not have a , you can use a cleaning solution instead.
Step 3 – Wipe Down and Dry The Boots
Use a dry towel to remove excess that will be on the . To dry the boots they should be left to air dry, and should not be placed in the dryer.
Step 4 – Apply Stain Repellent (optional)
Once completely dried, use specialized and/or stain repellent to protect the .
How to Clean Canvas
Step 1 – Scrub Away or Mud
Your boots will most likely have or mud that’s stuck on them and should be removed as the first step.
Scrub away all debris on the outside of the using a soft bristle or an old toothbrush.
Step 2 – Use To Remove Stains
Dip the soft bristle in cool or , but not hot. Once the is wet you can start to scrub the gently using the moistened .
Step 3 – Dry The Boots &
Put socks or tissue paper inside the boots once they have been cleaned. This will help the retain its shape during the drying process.
The final step is to leave them to air dry, although you can switch out the paper towels once they get damp.
Tips For Caring For Your Blundstones
If you’re worried about taking care of the boots on your own, you can visit the site to call, email, or visit their stores for additional help.
- Don’t Wait Too Long For Cleaning – If you let your boots sit for a very long time before actually cleaning them, it might become difficult to restore them to their original form.
- Don’t Wash Them Too Often – On the opposite side, you don’t want to fully wash them too often because frequent washing will down the fabric and parts.
- Dry at – Always leave your boots to dry at since high from a dryer or the sun can ruin the materials.