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You cleaned your Ugg Boot wrong

Do you have an old pair of Ugg boots in the back of your closet?

Savvy Phoebe Loveridge, who lives in Plymouth, showed how she transforms to look as good as new using a bargain 79p spray – and people are desperate to copy her.

Phoebe Loveridge was able to make her Uggs look like new with a very simple method

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Phoebe Loveridge was able to make her Uggs look like new with a very simple methodCredit: Facebook

She posted some striking before and after pictures of her boots, and now they look like they could be right on the shelf.

Join the Facebook group Hinch Army Cleaning Tips, she said: “Since seeing posts about cleaning UGG boots, I thought I would try to bring my boot back to life. I am very happy with the results!

“They are super soft again and keep their shape like new!”

First, she stuffed each boot with newspaper to reshape them, then sprayed white vinegar all over the suede part of the boot.

Phoebe shares how her Ugg shoes look quite old and tired before her cleaning process

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Phoebe shares how her Ugg shoes look quite old and tired before her cleaning processCredit: Facebook

You can buy Stardrops White Vinegar Spray for 79p from B&Mor £1.50 words Wilko.

Next, she used a brush to gently brush over the suede in light circles and strokes.

She then took a damp cloth and dabbed it on the suede to remove any dirt and vinegar.

She sprays her Uggs in white vinegar and then gently brushes them, before blotting and then letting them dry.

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She sprays her Uggs in white vinegar and then gently brushes them, before blotting and then letting them dry.Credit: Facebook
Phoebe has been complimented by Ugg's owner for her incredible DIY work

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Phoebe has been complimented by Ugg’s owner for her incredible DIY workCredit: Facebook

Phoebe then let her Ugg boots dry underneath the radiator, and then brushed them again when they were no longer damp.

Her post has cleaned up impressions with other Ugg owners and has garnered over 1,500 likes.

Phoebe added: “Thanks to all for the comments, they are definitely unedited.

“When they were wet they smelled like vinegar but now that they are dry, I can only smell the vinegar if I really pay attention to them, but I think it will fade even more.

“I’m glad I can help others.”

HOW PHOEBE RECOVERY HER UGGS

• Insert newspaper into each boot to reshape

• Spray white vinegar all over the suede of your boots

• Using a brush (she uses a nail brush), gently go all over the suede (light strokes and circles)

• Wipe the suede with a damp cloth to remove excess dirt and vinegar

• Let dry underneath radiator

• Once dry, brush the suede

One said: “I’ll try this myself.”

Another added: “Thank you so much for this Iv asked if anyone knows who is cleaning them professionally.”

A third commented: “I put mine in the washing machine. Then place them on the radiator to dry. Then brush gently with a nail brush. They are not as soft as the original but they are clean and look great! ”

We shared how women fall in love Ugg hack turns their old boots into cozy sheepskin sandals.

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And a few turned a dark and gloomy pad into a stylish home for £6k – with NO do-it-yourself experience though.

Genius Ugg hack turns old boots into cozy sheepskin sandals

https://www.thesun.co.uk/fabulous/13760594/woman-makes-old-ugg-boots-good-new-79p-spray/ You cleaned your Ugg Boot wrong

JOE HERNANDEZ

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