Fall is finally here, and that means that it’s time to break out the boots. Ah, boot weather. How we wish you’d stick around all year long. Anyway, to keep those boots looking good even in the messy weather to come, try these boot hacks. You’ll learn how to remove stains, make super cute boot cuffs, tips for keeping your feet warmer and more! And for all of you shoe obsessed gals, we have more shoe hacks to check out, too.
Boot Hacks to Get You Through the Winter
Are your boots falling over each other? Use pool noodles to keep them straight and tidy.
If you live in a snowy area, you must know how to remove salt stains from leather boots. See the tutorial here.
A soft-bristled brush dipped in white vinegar will help, too.
For those with perpetually cold feet, making some diy wool insoles can keep your toes extra toasty.
Make a boot tray with river rocks to allow your boots to dry mess free.
Tuck any jeans (even non-skinny jeans) into boots by rolling and tucking them the right way.
Create sweater boot leggings by snipping the sleeves off an old sweater that you’re just not feeling anymore. Genius!
Here’s another boot cuff to try: finger knit boot cuffs. They only take about 30 minutes to make, so they’re great for gift giving, too!
Looking for a cool way to tie your Bean Boots? This is it!
Stuff newspapers into wet boots to help them dry quickly.
Add another rod near the bottom of your closet to hang boots instead of sitting them on the floor. Don’t they look pretty that way?
Are you wearing your ankle boots all wrong? Show off those ankles! If you have short legs, keep the cuff small, but if your legs are long and lean, go for the big cuff!
Spray paint rubber boots to give them a makeover.
If your rain boots have started blooming (turning white) use these tips to clean them up. Who knew olive oil and tire shine could do so much?
Need more shoe tips? Read our post on 15 Storage Ideas for People With Way Too Many Shoes.