Ugg boots are designer sheepskin boots that gained popularity over the last few years and can be spotted in several department stores, with knock-off versions sold in discount shoe stores. Before you wear your Uggs, you should definitely purchase Ugg brand stain repellent and follow their instructions on its use. If it is too late for that or your stain repellent wore off, it is still possible to remove the stains so that your expensive boots are not ruined.
Apply UGG water and stain repellent spray by spraying boots completely until the surface appears wet, taking care to spray specifically over the area with the stain.
Place boots in dry, cool area away from direct sunlight and allow to dry for 24 hours.
Brush boots lightly with the suede brush in one direction only to raise the natural tracking that was pushed down when the boots were sprayed.
Pour equal amounts of water and UGG conditioner into an empty bottle and shake to mix.
Pour a small amount of the mixture on to a clean, wet sponge and gently rub the stained area.
Rinse spot lightly with clean water and allow to dry.
Brush the area carefully with a suede brush to restore the tracking.
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Brittney Horwitz started writing professionally in 2009 when she became the editor of "Mother's Helper," a bimonthly magazine geared toward busy mothers in the New York metro area. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in elementary education and Judaic studies from Stern College.