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Re: Cleaning

Subject: Re: Cleaning
Author: Jim
Date: 5/15/2003 8:26 am
Views: 5033
Status: Approved
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This might work.
  • Apply soapy water or lots of water to bottom of shoes and rinse.
  • Use a leather cleaning product to remove oil from the rest. A search of google for leather care and oil removal brought up many products that would appear to work.
This site leathertown.com lists a leather degreaser and cleaner.

I probably would just use some of that orange cleaner that I have because I watched too much TV one night and then apply a leather conditioner or lotion since I have this handy. Remember to wash your hands really well with dawn or some other soap or wear rubber gloves.

Cleaning (Approved)Brian Davis5/14/2003 11:25 am
  Re: CleaningJim5/15/2003 8:26 am
    Re: Cleaning (Approved)Brian Davis5/15/2003 10:44 pm
      Re: Cleaning (Approved)Betsy Dunphy5/15/2003 11:57 pm
  Re: Cleaning (Approved)Ray Huffstutter5/22/2003 8:53 am
    Re: CleaningJim5/22/2003 10:45 am