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    Grand Master
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    Boot wax / oil / dubbin?

    Morning all - I know lots of members like a good quality boot and, as Iíve got my first new pair of Timberlands in a decade, Iíd like to start as I mean to go on in caring for them.

    In the pic youíll see the new black pair and a brown pair that Iíve had for ten years. I always used Timberland wax on the brown ones but wondered what wax, oil or dubbin you guys use? And what would you recommend for mine?

    Thanks.





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    Boot wax / oil / dubbin?



    This for my Redwings (the smooth pairs anyway) it smell nice as well.



    This for my Courteneyís (to be honest it is the best stuff I have found but almost impossible to get over here) itís a mix of bees wax and paraffin wax.



    For everything else, especially wet weather shooting / outdoor boots....
    Last edited by Sinnlover; 12th October 2019 at 10:27.

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    Craftsman
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    Kiwi make black dubbin ( I think they call it a sports waterproofer and have a pair of football boots on the tin )

    Not sure if they make a clear version you can use on any boots but worth looking into because they don't overcharge like some fancy brands do.

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    Apprentice
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    I have a selection for different boots,Courtney,Timberland,RM Williams and Dubarry,not found a great difference between them to be honest.

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    I like (and use) Nikwax products:


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