Give your boots a scrub. If they have stains, use a soft-bristled toothbrush and a solution of water and vinegar to remove them. Use a leather cleaner to clean any remaining spots.
Get your boots conditioned, especially if they are leather boots, immediately after you clean them.
Get them repaired
Have them repaired instead of waiting until next winter to fix any damage that they have sustained.
Before putting your boots away, stuff them with either a shoe tree or newspapers so that their shape is maintained. You can also use rolled-up magazines, which will help keep the boot’s shaft upright.
Buy a shoe deodorizing spray, or fill a sachet with baking soda and put it in your boots before storing.
Store them properly
Though storing them upright is ideal, you can also store them in bins. But make sure you put the heaviest ones down first. Lay a cloth or old t-shirt between every pair or use a cloth bag.
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