I love my Hunter Boots but the other day I noticed they were starting to create a “white powder”. I read online that all boots will create this “white powder” after just a few uses. You could purchase the Hunter Boot Spray, but if you’re like me and prefer to use household products whenever possible, continue reading. It’s very easy to clean your Hunter boots as all you need is a microfiber cloth and olive oil.
Pour a small amount of olive oil on the microfiber cloth and wipe the white boots in a circular motion. Make sure to use a small amount of olive oil so you don’t make the boots too oily. After, your boots look as good as new!
UPDATE – 11/20: Black Friday has started early! If you’re looking to purchase or gift a pair of Hunter Boots, take advantage of the early 20% off sale before they sell out! The ‘Tour’ boot is my favorite as it’s nearly identical to the original boots. They’re only a half inch shorter in the shaft and an inch wider in calf circumference. They’re just as durable and fold down, making packing much easier! Shop them here.