To keep Children rubber boots flexible and looking th […]
To keep Children rubber boots flexible and looking their best, rinse them off with plain warm water after each use and allow them to dry naturally, away from direct heat sources or full sunlight. To speed drying, stuff the boots with a clean towel or paper towels for an hour. Remove and finish the air-drying process.
For a light amount of dried mud, use a medium-bristled scrub brush to scrub off and then rinse with plain warm water. Be sure to pay particular attention to the treads on the soles.
To remove heavy caked-on soil or winter snow salts, mix one teaspoon of dish detergent in two cups of warm water. Dip a cloth in the solution and wipe the boots from the top to the bottom, then rinse by wiping down the boots with plain water and a clean cloth. Allow your boots to dry naturally.
NOTE: Always avoid using harsh cleaners like bleach on your rubber boots, which can damage the rubber and stain the fabric inside.