How to Care for your Sheepskin Boots: Tips and Tricks from Cloud Nine Sheepskin

How to Care for your Sheepskin Boots: Tips and Tricks from Cloud Nine Sheepskin

Sheepskin shoes are cozy and comfortable, making them the perfect footwear for any weather. However, proper care is essential to ensure that they stay in good condition and last for a long time. 

In this blog post, we'll share some tips and tricks from Cloud Nine Sheepskin on how to care for your sheepskin boots:

  1. Clean your boots regularly.

Dirt and grime can accumulate on your sheepskin shoes, making them look dull and unattractive. To prevent this, use a soft-bristled brush or a damp cloth to remove any dirt and stains. Avoid using harsh chemicals or detergents as they can damage the sheepskin.


1. Use a Sheepskin Water & Stain Guard Protector:

Our sheepskin protector spray is a must-have for protecting your boots from moisture and stains. It helps prevent stains, water and salt damage. It can be used year-round to protect all materials except patents or vinyls. Ideal for shoes, boots, sneakers, coats, hats, gloves, handbags, neck ties and other apparel. Safe for all colors – will not darken leather.




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2. Use a specialized sheepskin shampoo:

High quality garments require proper care. This is vital in ensuring they last their full lifetime and function properly. Sheepskin is no exception. A quality shampoo is an important part of your sheepskin care kit.

At Cloud Nine Sheepskin—the legendary sheepskin brand–we have developed the best sheepskin shampoo we’ve seen in years on the market. Get a bottle so you can keep your shoes and accessories fresh and clean—enabling them to give you excellent service for years to come. Follow the instructions on the cleaner carefully to avoid damaging your sheepskin.

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3. Dry your boots naturally:

After cleaning your boots, it's essential to let them dry naturally. Avoid using a dryer or any other heat source to speed up the process as this can cause the sheepskin to shrink or become stiff. Instead, stuff your boots with newspaper to absorb the moisture and let them dry in a well-ventilated area.


4. Brush your boots after they dry.

Once your boots are dry, use a soft-bristled brush to fluff up the sheepskin. This will help restore the natural texture of the sheepskin and keep your boots looking plush and cozy.

By following these simple tips and tricks from Cloud Nine Sheepskin, you can keep your sheepskin shoes looking beautiful and feeling comfortable for years to come.