Timberland boots are rugged, tough, durable, and strong footwear for trudging up a trailhead to walking through water, snow and Ice
To sustain and lengthen the life of your Timberland boots, you need to keep them clean, conditioned, and protected.
Check out the Best Timberland Boots for winter, spring and and fall
Taking Care of Your Timbs
Here are some Products to help you protect you boots from snow and salt water damage.
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[easyazon_link identifier=”B00NNOG6A8″ locale=”US” tag=”learnfromdidy-20″]Timberland Renewbuck[/easyazon_link]
Your 6-inch Premium Boots deserves a treat, bring your timberland back to prestine condition by loosening up dirt from the surface of your boots with the Renewbuck™ Suede and Nubuck Cleaner. Remember to clean the surface thoroughly with a brush or crepe bar before applying the foam cleaner.
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[easyazon_link identifier=”B01LG21N3I” locale=”US” tag=”learnfromdidy-20″]Timberland Balm Proofer[/easyazon_link]
To protects your boots against stains and salt water use the Balm Proofer™ All Purpose Protector. This is a water-based, low-solvent formula meant for providing tough protection against harsh weather condition during winter. To apply spray from a distance of about 6 inches to cover the surface of your timberland boots – use it weekly afterwards
Timberland boots are made of strong leather and are made to withstand harsh conditions. They are heavily threaded to provide good grip while working, and the leather is treated to repel water and stains. Keeping Timberland boots in good condition requires weekly cleaning and conditioning. There are several products and tools on the market to assist in keeping these boots in like-new condition for many years. Which products or tools are needed is determined by the type of leather from which the boot is made.
Steps to Clean your Timberland Boots
Condition your boots by Cleaning the surface of the boot thoroughly with a brush or damp cloth, using a leather cleaner like [easyazon_link identifier=”B01C6K2N2Y” locale=”US” tag=”learnfromdidy-20″]Renewbuck Suede and Nubuck Cleaner[/easyazon_link]to remove dirt. This is to get all the dirt off the surface of the boot to prevent degradation of the leather/suede.
Apply Boot Sauce to keep the suede soft and moist , the come in colors to match your Timberland boots. Conditioning your boots monthly helps keep them looking and feeling new.
Polish timberland boots with a good polish like[easyazon_link identifier=”B01AVIS3X6″ locale=”US” tag=”learnfromdidy-20″]Boot Shine Neutral Paste Polish[/easyazon_link]. The last long because they have more wax content, but are more difficult to apply. For best results, polish the boot once a month
If you work in a wet, muddy or oily environment on a regular basis – apply a Timberland product which is Only for weatherproofing “leather product” called [easyazon_link identifier=”B01H5V0JB6″ locale=”US” tag=”learnfromdidy-20″]Waximum[/easyazon_link] It keeps the boots looking new. It is not recommended for suede or nubuck leathers.