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Storage Tips for your exotic leather boots

When not in use, alligator leather items such as boots or shoes should be kept in a cool, dry environment. One example of an appropriate place to store crocodile leather boots would be in a shoe closet. For larger crocodile leather pieces, such as jackets, avoid folding them tightly. alligtor skin, particularly caiman skin, has calcium deposits in it that makes the skin more rigid. Folding the skin too tightly at points that were not meant to be folded can cause damage, resulting in unsightly cracks or crease marks. Ideally, instead of trying to fold leather items and putting them in a small dresser drawer, they should be hung on a coat hanger. Alligator leather belts should also be hung by their belt buckles to avoid causing cracks in the leather.


Cleaning Tips for your exotic boots

Exposing leather to excess water can cause damage to the finish, so avoiding excess moisture is a must to keep leather looking like new for longer.First and foremost, you should always avoid getting leather excessively wet. While many may assume that their crocodile leather repels water rather than absorbing it, too much moisture can actually cause damage to the finish of the leather. So, if your exotic leather wear gets wet, it is important to clean off the excess moisture promptly. To remove excess moisture, gently rub the affected area of the crocodile leather boots with a soft, dry towel or cleaning cloth to soak up the majority of the excess moisture.Once that is done, hang-dry the item to finish removing excess moisture.

It is important to avoid using direct sunlight or any other direct heat source when drying the leather boots, as that may cause damage to the finish and result in discoloration or cracks. After the leather is dry, apply leather conditioner formulated for your crocodile leather boots to help protect the finish and keep it looking new. When applying the crocodile leather conditioner, be sure to follow the application instructions on the conditioner’s packaging.

 For removing dirt, dust, and other contaminants, the process from above remains largely the same, possibly minus the time spent drying the leather. First, remove the contaminant with a dry cloth. For fine particulates such as sand, using a slightly damp cloth to remove the dirt can make the initial cleaning process easier, but the leather will need to be dried and treated with conditioner afterward to reduce the risk of damage to the finish.

Whenever trying a new leather care product on alligator leather boots (or any other exotic boots), first test it on an inconspicuous part of the item first to see if it affects the finish adversely. For example, the inside sleeve or cuff of a jacket. This way, if the new product does cause some discoloration, it won’t be in a place where everyone can see it right away. With proper care, alligator leather boots should remain beautiful and ready for use for years to come. Following this tips can help prolong the useful life of exotic leather boots.