Can I put my uggs in the dryer to dry out if I have a shoe rack for it, and how do I get rid of water stains?

Shoe Rack

bAbyDuEmAy28-MiSsInMySoLdIeR asks:

I already have the water stain repellent and I always spray it on, but since the snow has been pretty bad out here, they now look a little water stained from the snow.
I have a shoe rack that goes inside our dryer for shoes. Do you know if it’s okay to pt them in there without them getting ruined?
Thanks to all for Your SERIOUS answerer’s!

Best answer:

Answer by kmv
Try this site, it had a lot of the answers you are looking for:
http://www.zappos.com/ugg_cleaning.zhtml

2 thoughts on “Can I put my uggs in the dryer to dry out if I have a shoe rack for it, and how do I get rid of water stains?

  1. WATER SPOTS – Ok, I searched this question out because I have just spent two hours frantically trying to get water stains out of my 36 hour old grey Uggs, and it actually worked! All you need is a piece of white chalk, a knife, a stiff bristled hairbrush, and a blow dryer.

    1) Try to get to the stains when they are still wet. Blow dry at a medium heat from about six inches away while using your other hand on the inside of the boot to support the area under the stain (this will make sure the heat gets to the outside rim of the stain, which is the part that usually leaves the water mark).

    2) Using the knife, generously chalk dust onto the entire spot (this also works with medium greasy stains). Then blow the chalk dust away and GENTLY brush the boot in one direction. Repeat the chalk / brushing step until they are as good as new!

    Hope this helped!

  2. Put them on a very very low heat at first, and see how they are, then take it from there. A suede cleaner should get rid of the water stains.

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