How to Use Apache Boot Cream

by Nicole Fotheringham

Revitalize distressed leather boots with Apache Cream.

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Justin Boots makes a wide range of leather boots for both men and women, along with a conditioning leather cream to help owners take care of their boots. The Apache cream is a leather conditioner utilized to restore dry, scuffed or distressed boots to their original luster. Apache cream claims to remove even deep scuffs from boots and provides a protective layer for the leather. You can use Apache cream on cowhide and oil leathers as well as exotics, but not on naked or finish leather.

Items you will need

  • Soft bristled brush or rag
  • Clean, soft cloth
Step 1

Remove mud and dirt using a rag or soft bristled brush.

Step 2

Apply the Apache Cream with a clean, soft cloth, using a circular motion to gently massage the cream into the leather, especially over scuffed areas.

Step 3

Leave the Apache cream to sink into the leather for a few minutes.

Step 4

Buff the leather with the side of the cloth that is not covered in Apache Cream. Rub the boots in a circular motion until you have removed the Apache cream and the leather is restored.

Step 5

Repeat this process regularly to protect your boots and prevent scuffs and aging.

Warnings

  • Keep out of reach of pets and children. Wash rags and cloths thoroughly before utilizing elsewhere.

Photo Credits

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About the Author

Nicole Fotheringham has been a writer since 1997. She was born in South Africa and began as a reporter for the "Natal Mercury" and "Cape Argus" newspapers. Fotheringham has a master's degree in English literature from the University of KwaZulu-Natal.