Take care of your shoes and they will serve your feet well. The Working Person's Store recommends the premium leather cleaning and restoring Bear Grease Conditioner and Waterproofer to keep all your leather workwear, shoes and accessories in top nick. Imported from Finland (and they know something about cold, wet weather there), Bear Grease Conditioner and Waterproofer is made from a blend of petroleum and natural waxes to clean and maintain the natural suppleness of your shoes, jackets, hats, belts and other leather workwear. Bear Grease works on the surface of the leather so your shoes can still breath, providing a long-lasting, protective barrier from the elements. Tips on taking care of your leather workwear: Clean regularly with a good quality cleaner like Bear Grease Conditioner and Waterproofer. Keep newspaper in shoes when not wearing to ensure they keep their shape, especially after getting wet. Always allow shoes to dry out after wearing in the wet. Never dry shoes or other leather workwear in extreme heat, e.g., in front of the fire. Brush leather with a soft brush to lift mud.
Leather Cleaner: Bear Grease Conditioner and Waterproofing
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I love the Working Persons Store, and buy boots nowhere else. Your products last far longer than boots costing 2+ times as much. I walk thousands (literally!!) of miles yearly, and have found your Carolina boots to be so well made that they prevent the possibility of my twisting an ankle. I might break a leg in the rough places I walk-inspecting chainsaw contract timber stand improvement, collecting forest data, and doing archeology- but by tying my boots as tight as I can stand, I can’t suffer a twisted ankle. The lightweight, yet rugged, boots have been a Godsend to me as I age. Your boots have been a very important factor in ameliorating the increasing difficulties I face, and enabling me to continue to serve the publics forestry needs. Thank you for existing, I shall continue to patronize your business.”
James H. from Booneville, Arkansas