|Cleaning your John Deere Boots
and shoes periodically will extend the lifetime of your
John Deere 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
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.
Keep waterproof leather boots clean by using running
water and a soft bristle brush, if necessary. Never
scrub your boots harder than you would your own skin.
Oil-tanned leathers can be treated with a water-proofing
beeswax, which also nourishes the leather, however it
may darken the leather slightly.