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CONDITION YOUR BOOTS !

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Uploaded on May 31, 2010

I wasn't planning on being in any more videos - heck, it was my intention to be BEHIND the camera for all the videos in this account! But I've been thinking for a while about what others do as far as boot care goes. And when I wore my old Boulets the other day, it made me think about an old idea of talking about these two pairs and how neglect (or over-use) have wrecked the older pair.

So I hope you will leave a comment about what kind of care you give your boots. Do you just leave them as is and hope for the best? And get a new pair when the old ones fall apart? Or do you clean and condition them? If so, how often? I use Lexol leather conditioner when and if I condition my boots. Have only had my boots shined twice, the first time with these old Boulets, the guy did a good job. The second time with a grey pair of Boulets and the guy used a green-ish grey polish that was NOT that right colour and it ended up turning a section of the GREY boot BROWN. (Thanks a LOT, buddy...)

So I've never had my boots shined again after that. Have done a few of my boots on my own over the years though, but for the most part I have to admit I just leave them as is. If they get muddy, I clean that up....eventually - but I rarely condition my boots. A few of them have suffered because of that.

So a few questions for you:

1. How do you care for your boots? (Or do you leave them as is?)
2. Ever had somebody else care for your boots (if you are lazy like me)?
3. What products get used?
4. Anything else you have to share? (It'd be appreciated!)

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