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    Anyone know? I've searched on google and I found some specific boot sauce (lol) that timberland recommend. I'm not sure where I can get it from though...Anyone have any ideas on how to clean them?
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    (Original post by littlemisshala)
    Anyone know? I've searched on google and I found some specific boot sauce (lol) that timberland recommend. I'm not sure where I can get it from though...Anyone have any ideas on how to clean them?
    Spittle. Sorry, not helpful :p:
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    You can get a cleaner kit from the Timberland shop. It comes with a block of synthetic, coarse rubber-type stuff (which you use to remove stains/dirt)- and it actually works quite well!

    IIRC it costs about a tenner.
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    (Original post by mobb_theprequel)
    You can get a cleaner kit from the Timberland shop. It comes with a block of synthetic, coarse rubber-type stuff (which you use to remove stains/dirt)- and it actually works quite well!

    IIRC it costs about a tenner.
    Thanks for that...now all I gotta do is find a timberland store...lol
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    Use one of those suede brushes?
 
 
 
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