Well, few posts earlier I mentioned I bought the Obenauf's Leather Cleaner for my leather goods. It was a nice, simple cleaner without the harsh chemicals. I tried it on my Clarks DBs first. Satisfied with the results, I decided to give a it a go on my beloved Red Wing Shoes.
Cleanse the boots with the leather cleaner thoroughly with a sponge. Then I left it to dry for about an hour. I then proceeded with the Leather Oil to replenish the oil lost during the cleaning process. And here's how it looks like being oiled. EEks
Leave it to dry overnight and the next day was a big sunny day! So I set it out to sun it further, also wanting the heat to prepare the boot for the next treatment, Heavy Duty LP! (sorry I forgotten to take pics when it was out suntanning.)
The warm boot absorbed the LP pretty quickly. Quicker than usual. Then I left it to tan again for a couple of hours before letting them rest through 1 more day. And now, I'm done lacing it back and ready to rock it again tomorrow!