Boot Care

We understand that it’s difficult to keep your boots clean; however, we would like to offer you these tips to help preserve your boots and keep them looking their best:

SUEDE LEATHER BOOTS (Tan, Sage Green & Coyote) 
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    • Remove dirt by brushing boots with a soft/medium bristle brush.
    • Using a mixture of warm water and a mild detergent, lightly scrub the leather and nylon fabric with a soft brush to remove any excess dirt.
    • Air Dry boots naturally at room temperature. Do not expose boots to direct intense heat (such as a blow dryer) as this can cause damage to the boot.
    • Do not polish.


SMOOTH LEATHER BOOTS (Black & Chocolate Brown) 
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    • Remove dirt by brushing boots with a soft bristle brush.
    • Nylon fabric may be cleaned with a soft brush using warm water and a mild detergent. Do not polish.
    • Apply a light coat of quality polish to the leather and buff to a uniform appearance. Excessive polish may reduce boot breathability.
    • Air Dry boots naturally at room temperature. Do not expose boots to direct intense heat (such as a blow dryer) as this can cause damage to the boot.


MAINTAINER® BOOTS
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Working closely with the U.S. Air Force, Belleville has designed a series of industrial boots to withstand the rigors of maintenance environments. These styles feature highly durable and abrasion resistant toe caps and heel overlays that extend the life of the boots. The smooth, grain-out leather makes cleaning these boots easy with these simple steps:

1. Wipe boot clean of excess, stuck-on dirt with a warm, clean towel. 
2. Wash dirty area with mild detergent and soft bristle brush. Allow to dry.
3. Apply neutral-color polish to full grain leather to maintain softness and restore natural luster.
4. Wear like they're new.

PDF Maintainer Cleaning Tips