Cleaning Boots



For non Gore-Tex boots follow the instructions for leather suits, jackets and jeans.

For all Gore-Tex boots use the Daytona Cleaner Kit and Black Refresher as normal polish blocks the vent holes in the Gore-Tex which will stop it working.

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Cleaning leather gloves


Leather gloves

  1. Clean your gloves in tepid water by using mild soap or special leather cleanser, such as Mustang Liquid Cleaner.
  2. Don't use fabric softener or bleach.
  3. To avoid residues of the cleanser you should wash the gloves with water afterwards.
  4. Put the glove on when still wet and clench your fist to bring it into shape again.
  5. Wrap the glove in a dry cloth and squeeze it (no mangling!).
  6. Dry the glove exposed to air (no heating, sun or dryer).
  7. Put on the dry glove and knead it to make it soft. Treat the glove with a leather care product, such as Mustang Hide Food.
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Cleaning leather suits, jackets and trousers


  1. Remove any inner lining, where possible, and wash separately on a gentle cycle with a non bio detergent. Allow to dry naturally. If the lining doesn't come out, turn the garment inside out and spray with Fabrise or a fabric deodorizer, Storm do a good one.
  2. Clean the leather using a leather cleaner - we recommend Mustang Liquid or Foam Cleaner and a nylon bristled nail brush to lift out all the grime from the leather and allow to dry naturally.
  3. With a clean damp cloth and wipe off any residue from the cleaner.
  4. With a clean cloth, apply a hide food - this is a cream which permeates deep into the leather which stops the leather becoming brittle and tearing. We suggest Mustang Hide Food.
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