Join Date: Oct 2007
Location: Greenville area / SC
There isn't a lot you can do with suede. Regular leather boots can be taken care of the same way you do your saddle or even a regular pair of shoes.
For regular leather and if you use them for everything out at the barn, I would start with some spray glycerin and then some oil. If mine get really scuffed up I'll just clean them with some water and use shoe polish.
The only thing I know to do with suede is to brush them well preferably with a brass bristle brush. What I've done is to treat them like regular leather and spray and oil them; but you will not have that nap anymore that makes it suede.
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