In a few cases, this stubborn stain has been successfully removed using the Renewbuck™ cleaner, along with the dry cleaning kit. Using the cleaner softens the finish, and then you can use the eraser bar to work through the stain. Of course the biggest preventative is using Balm Proofer™ All-Purpose Protector as an initial protective barrier. Using the protector helps keep stains off AND helps with cleaning, if you get it before the stain’s really set in.
Articles in this section
- What cleaning products can I use on a canvas shoe?
- Can I use a blow dryer on my boots/shoes after applying Balm Proofer?
- How do I restore my boots that have faded over the years?
- Can I polish my footwear?
- How do I get an oil stain out of my boots?
- How hard can I press and use the eraser bar in the dry cleaning kit?
- How do you keep your leather footwear soft and supple?
- How do I clean and then protect against getting the blue jean ring around my boots?
- I see the term “AOX” a lot around product care/cleaning products. What is it, and why don’t Timberland® cleaning products use it?
- What’s the best way to store cleaning products?