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How to Clean Your Boot Liner

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Posted by: Emily Rice
Posted on: 16/05/2023

Are your boot liners starting to look a bit worse for wear? Don’t leave them any longer, get them looking brand new with our super easy to follow guide on how to clean your boot liners. Free your boot liners from mud, dirt, and debris with the following instructions.

The best way to keep your boot liners clean in 2 simple steps

1. Grab a dustpan and brush

To keep on top of the cleaning, grab yourself a dustpan and brush and a damp cloth.

Simply leave any mud to dry and use the brush to loosen the dirt. Sweep it up, along with any pet hairs and grit, or grab a vacuum cleaner and repeat. Make sure you take care to sweep or vacuum any cervices and pockets.

2. Wipe away with a damp cloth

Once you’ve removed any loose dirt and grit, take your damp cloth, and wipe the boot liner clean. We recommend using a mild detergent for tougher stains, ensuring that you allow the boot liner to dry thoroughly before shutting your boot.

Are boot liners machine washable?

Yes, they are. All our tailored boot liners are machine washable at 30°C.

Before you wash your boot liners

Before washing, ensure you shake off any loose dirt to prevent it from getting caught in the Velcro straps.

If you’re likely to be washing your boot liner regularly, we recommend purchasing the Four-Piece Boot Liner. This makes it easier to wash one panel at a time, which is a particularly useful feature for dog owners!

How to wash your boot liners in the washing machine

Simply remove the boot liner and place in the washing machine, remembering not to use fabric softener.

If you have a Four-Piece Boot Liner, simply remove, and wash each section as required. The One-Piece Boot Liner will need to be removed in its entirety to be washed.

Get in touch today

If you’re looking for fully tailored car boot liners for your vehicle, view our products today or contact our team for any additional information via email or give us a call.

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