Winter weather is cold, many girls will choose to wear warm and lovely snow boots! But if snow boots are dirty, do you know how to clean them? Today I'll teach you how to clean your snow boots and learn from them!
1. Routine cleaning
1. Use a sheepskin brush to clean the outside of the boot: remove large pieces of dust attached to the outside of the boot.
2. Wet the outside of the boot: soak the clean cloth, wring out too much water, and then gently wipe the outside of the boot.
3. Squeeze a small amount of detergent on a wet sponge: ideally, you should use a product designed to clean sheepskin boots. If not, make it yourself! Mix water and pure white vinegar 1:1.
4. Sponge the cleaner on the boots: wipe from top to bottom, and wipe more dirt for a while. Remember to move gently, because sheepskin and leather are very wear-resistant, too much force will wear.
5. Rinse: put the boots under the tap for quick flushing. If the washing time is too long, the leather will be damaged. You can also wipe with a clean wet cloth.
6. Stuff your boots with newspaper or toilet paper: when the boots get wet, they will change shape, so be sure to use the right amount of newspaper or toilet paper and let the boots dry in the correct shape. This also helps the boots dry naturally.
7. It takes about 24 to 48 hours to dry: be sure to dry naturally, not in the sun or directly. Hot temperatures can wrinkle the boots and destroy their appearance.
2. Cleaning specific stains
1. Use chalk to remove greasy stains: if you accidentally spill oil on snow boots, it's best to remove them immediately and keep them away from heat sources, because the stains will become stronger in places with high temperature. Use a piece of white chalk (or corn starch, talc) to absorb the oil. Give it a tap. Leave the boots overnight for chalk to absorb the greasy stains. The next morning, wipe off the chalk. The greasy stain should have disappeared. You can clean your boots in the normal way.
2. Use an eraser to remove dust and salt: if there is dust and salt on your boots, you should first use a sheepskin brush to remove large pieces of dirt, and then use an eraser (like a pencil) to gently wipe off the dirt. Wet the dirty part with water and wipe the stain with a wet sponge. Wipe off the cleaner with a clean, moist sponge and let the boots dry naturally.
3. Remove the water spots: the water spots are very easy to remove. Just fold the boots up and let another part of the boot surface touch the water spots. Wipe them gently and the water spots will disappear.
4. Carding the wool to remove debris: turn the boots upside down and comb the wool on the boots with a wide toothed comb, so that the dust and debris entangled in the wool can be combed out. The upside down is to avoid getting dust into the boot.
5. Remove odor with baking soda: the interior of snow boots often has a bad smell because of sweating. You can sprinkle some baking soda inside your boots. Cover the top of the boot with your hand, then shake it and sprinkle the baking soda evenly on the inside of the boot. Leave the boots for the night, then pour out the baking soda upside down. If you like, you can add some essential oil to the little Sudar to add some fragrance to the boots.
3. "Do" and "don't do" of cleaning
1. Clean snow boots by hand: never throw them into the washing machine, dryer or dry clean them. These machines wear boots very easily. Clean only by hand as described above.
2. Check for discoloration: wipe with a wet white cloth to see if the white cloth is stained. If it is dyed, it means that the whole boot will fade. So when cleaning, be careful not to contaminate other clothes and shoes.
3. Do not use direct heat source to dry the boots: hang the boots upside down on the boots and dry them in the shade at room temperature, away from direct heat sources. Keep for at least 24 hours and dry completely before wearing again.
4. After brushing, brush the original wool into a soft cloth. This will clear the fluff that sticks together during the cleaning process.
Winter is a good time to buy snow boots. Here are some tips for buying high quality snow boots.
First of all, we should choose fur as one. The so-called integration is the integration of sheepskin and wool. The identification of true and false wool is the method of burning with a lighter. The real hair can't burn. Once the burnt wool is rubbed into powder, it has no pungent smell. It has the smell of burnt hair. The artificial hair will have a pungent smell of burning plastic. And if there's wool inside, it's hard. Fur can be worn for 2-3 years, and it's very warm. Artificial wool is also warm, but it's still worse than real wool, and the quality is not as good as fur.
Secondly, on the choice of low, medium and high button. If it is a girl with thick legs, medium and low barrel is a good choice. The high tube is recommended for girls with thin legs. The difference between the cylinder type and the button type is not very big. The button type has more characteristics when flanging down than the cylinder.
Third, how to choose the appropriate code number. Normal wear, please buy according to normal size. If you need to add insole or increased inside, you must buy a larger size, because ugg has thick hair inside. Many people don't like snow boots with insoles or socks at all. In fact, from the perspective of hygiene or comfort, it's better to add a insole. Because ugg wear a period of time, the hair below will be flattened, add a insole, the sole will be soft and soft, and the effect of warmth is better.
1. Take more steps when trying on snow boots. Don't choose too big snow boots, or try wearing thick socks.
2. If you wear snow boots, you must put on a insole to make your feet more fixed in the snow boots.
3. The base of the genuine product is good in toughness and comfortable in wearing, so it will not appear the phenomenon of "not following the feet" due to the hard base.
1. Choose a smooth coat.
2. Boots without peculiar smell.