How To Clean Ugg Boots or Any Sheepskin Boots At Home

by Mom4Real
If you own Ugg boots or any other sheepskin boots for that matter, then this post is for you! I live in mine during the winter, but they get dirty pretty easily and are very expensive to have professionally cleaned. After a trip to NY last year where I wore mine in the rain, I was ready to toss them. I decided to try to clean them myself, and the results were amazing! My boots look and feel like new again!
These boots had been stained by rain and sludge, so I tossed them in my garage. They sat there for over 6 months. Right before I was going to throw them out, I decided to try to clean them myself.
I used a dry and clean dish scrub brush to dry brush them and remove any loose dirt.
Next, I used a baby brush and very mild detergent to clean the entire boot.
After rinsing and allowing them to dry overnight, they looked like new again! I've been wearing them for the past month, and am so glad that I took the chance and cleaned them myself. To see the full cleaning tutorial and a short video showing how I cleaned them, hop on over to my blog!

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  • Debbie Debbie on Feb 16, 2022

    Great to know especially since sheep get wet! I was curious about running them through the washing machine myself. I have a pair of off white (cream) ones and a pair of the tan ones. Tan ones need cleaning for sure! Thanks!

  • Edd11296728 Edd11296728 on Feb 16, 2022

    Mine shrunk in the wash...had to give them away😢