Cleaning Rubber Boots



Well the rains have come to the NW which means I had to pull out my rain boots.  They had bloomed quite a bit sitting out in the garage during the summer. These boots are rubber, which "bloom" leaving a waxy white residue on them. If you try to just wipe it off, that won't work.  I found that polishing them up with olive oil works wonders.


Clean them with soap and warm water and dry well. Then dab some olive oil on a rag and rub all over the boots in a circular motion.  Sometime you will need to do it twice, if you miss any spots. 







What do you use to clean your rain boots?



3 comments:

  1. Looks nice! We live in Colorado, where we don't get much rain, so we don't have any rain boots, just snow boots.

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  2. Does this last? or does the white stuff come back a few days later?

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    1. It has lasted so far, and it has been a few weeks.

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