How to clean UGG boots
Keeping your UGGs clean can be tricky – after all, the boots are so versatile you end up wearing them for anything from a run to school to a dog walk. So how do you keep them clean?
Fortunately, our experts here at Good Housekeeping are able to help, with advice on how to remove UGGS stains and how to clean suede with home products.
The best way to clean UGG boots
Verity Mann, head of testing at the Good Housekeeping Institute, advises you to protect new UGGs to avoid stains. “Treat new shoes with a protective suede spray,” she recommends.
“When you need to clean your UGG boots, do it with a nail brush and soapy water,” she says. “Rinse and dry. If the shoes get wet, let them dry naturally, then use a suede brush to remove dust and lift the stack.”
If this all sounds like hard work, many dry cleaners also offer sheepskin boot cleaning services – expect to pay around £ 25 to make them look younger.
Can I put the UGG boots in the dryer?
While it might be tempting to use your washer or dryer to deep clean your UGGs at home, it’s not advisable. UGG’s official position is never to put your boots in the washing machine or take them to the dry cleaners.
So this is it. Follow these tips to keep your UGGs looking good despite what the elements throw at them.
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