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Boot Care Guide

RUJO Caiman

Use this guide to keep your RUJO Caiman boots looking magnificent, including your Full-Belly Caiman, Caiman Tail, and Hornback styles.

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Step 1

Clean Them

When they get dirty, use a soft brush or a damp cloth to gently remove excess dirt and dust from your boots.

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Step 2

Condition Them

Apply a few thin layers of exotic leather conditioner to the exterior using a soft cloth or brush. We recommend conditioning your boots every 3 or 4 months.

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Step 3

Polish Them

Grab a neutral or matching-color cream based polish and give your boots some shine by gently buffing them with a soft cloth. Be sure to test your polish on an inconspicuous area to make sure you like the results.

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Step 4

Store Them

When you aren't wearing them, we recommend putting your boots in their original box to keep them safe. Be sure to store your boots away from humid or moist environments, as prolonged exposure to moisture can damage them.

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