While Timberland field boots are made to stand up to heavy wear and tear, the leather may begin to develop unsightly wrinkles or creases with age. Before you begin shopping for a new pair, you may consider treating them at home with a few inexpensive materials.
Stuff each boot with tissue paper until the leather is taut.
Remove excess dirt from the leather with a stiff brush.
Dampen the soft cloth with water.
Rub the cloth over the saddle soap until it develops into a lather.
Rub into the leather.
Wipe off any excess lather.
Leave the boots to dry overnight.
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Jeanette Lee began writing in 2010. She has a Bachelor of Arts in English from Wellesley College and and a Master of Arts in technical and professional writing, as well as a Master of Literature in investigative journalism at Carnegie Mellon University. She is currently a digital content writer at an industrial marketing agency.