- 1). Dampen a clean, soft cloth with plain water. Wipe down the outside of the boot to rinse off any mud or loose dirt. For thick, caked-on dirt, use a wet soft-bristled brush.
- 2). Dip a corner of the cloth in baking soda. Gently rub the baking soda into any scuff marks or stains on the leather climbing boots. Rub with a circular motion. Rinse the cloth in clean water and wipe the boot down to remove any baking soda residue.
- 3). Let the boots air dry in a dry spot at room temperature. Do not dry the boots using direct heat.
- 4). Spray the outside of the boots with a leather protector and waterproofing spray. Follow the package directions for application instructions.
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