Camp Dry silicone waterproofing spray is what I have been using on my leather boots for many years and I won’t be switching to something else anytime soon because it continues to do the job for me. I am happy to recommend it to you.
I was sure that I had done a specific post on this product but when I got a question from one of you I looked for it and couldn’t find one. Sorry, my bad. Camp Dry silicone boot dressing by Kiwi has been one of my staples for many years. It keeps my leather boots conditioned and waterproof.
Directions are pretty straight forward. Clean your leather boots with a small amount of mild dish washing liquid, water and a soft scrub brush. I always remove my laces but remember that I am a little AROC (anal retentive obsessive compulsive). Let the boots dry naturally at room temperature. No direct sunlight, artificial heat or fans. Then apply Camp Dry liberally, let it soak in and repeat.
How often do I do this? Probably more than I need to but it is necessary when they get covered with mud or used in wet weather for days at a time. At the very least, once a season.
This keeps your expensive leather boots clean and waterproof which will help protect the Gore-Tex liner, insulation and insoles which in turn will help the boots perform as designed and last longer.
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