So, Autumn is finally upon us, and here at Van Mildert that basically translates into ‘UGG Season’. Whether you’re pulling out your much loved UGG Classic Short Boots in gorgeous Chesnut, or are considering investing in a brand new trend-driven style, the time has finally come to grace your feet with a warm, cosy pair of UGG boots.
Of course, with such great comfort and style comes the great risk of… damage. But fret not, UGG lovers, we have the ultimate nifty guide on how to keep your UGG Australia boots in top form, or perhaps just give them a little facelift.
Thankfully, the brand is one step ahead and has brought to us their brilliant Sheepskin Care Kit and it has everything you need for ultimate UGG care (and trust us, it works.)
Adaptable to all sheepskin styles, this god-send of a kit contains; a sheepskin cleaner and conditioner to get rid of annoying dirty marks, a sheepskin protector to keep annoying marks at bay, a sheepskin freshener to banish annoying, funny smells (we’re only human, gals) and a useful little brush with a contrasting stone back to give your UGG boots a wonderful lease of new life.
Stuff your UGG boots with paper or kitchen roll to keep the shape, then use both sides of the cleaner brush to remove any stains and finally gently brush with kitchen roll to remove any surface dirt.
Using a sponge, wet the boot lightly with clean water – don’t drench them! Dilute some UGG cleaner and conditioner into a bowl of clean water (don’t use cleaner directly on the boots!)
Use the sponge and apply the mixture to the UGG boot in small circular motions, continue until the whole surface is covered. Leave to dry overnight.
The suede will feel stiff after cleaning them – don’t panic! Just use the UGG brush to gently soften them again, you’ll notice the suede effect coming back.
From 20cm away, spray the boot until it’s lightly damp and leave to fully dry.
Gently roll down the boot and spray inside, this is simply to freshen the odour.
Tah-da! Your UGG Australia boots should be looking in top form.
Alternatively, if you fancy a brand new pair this season, look at our collection for UGG boots and UGG slippers