How to care for your Two Sheep Uggs:
Your Ugg boots are NOT waterproof so to keep their new look we suggest that before wearing, you spray the outside of the boot or slipper with our Ugg protector spray.
This will protect the outer skin from water splashes & most grease and other stains.
If your Ugg boots get dirty let the dirt dry & brush it off with a Suede brush.
If you need to wash your Uggs, we suggest washing them in lukewarm water (definitely not hot) in which a quantity of mild Wool wash has been dissolved.
DO NOT ALLOW BOOTS TO STAND SOAKING IN WATER.
It is possible to wash your Uggs in a washing machine, however we do not recommend this.
UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHOULD AN ORDINARY DETERGENT OR BLEACH BE USED AS IT CONTAINS HARSH CHEMICALS WHICH WILL DAMAGE THE SHEEPSKIN MAKING IT BRITTLE.
Lightly rinse boots under lukewarm water & place them in a shady position away from direct sunlight, allowing them to dry slowly (sometimes over days) to retain their natural supple finish.
Ideally the boots or slippers can be placed upside down over a rack, stick (not sharp) or bottle and allowed to drip dry.
DO NOT PLACE YOUR BOOTS NEAR A FIRE, HEATER, HAIR DRYER, ELECTRIC DRYER OR OTHER DIRECT HEAT SOURCE AS THIS WILL CAUSE NOTICEABLE SHRINKAGE OF THE SKIN, CAN BURN THE BOOTS OR MELT THE SOLE.
Damage caused from excessive heat applied to Ugg boots, skin or sole is NOT covered under warranty.
After washing & drying, you may notice a mild shrinkage or "crinkling" of the skin and the boots may feel tight upon wearing. This is normal.
After wearing your boots for an hour of so you should find that the skin has stretched back to it's normal size.
Boots that have been washed should have another application of skin protector applied to once again minimise the impact of water splashed & other stains.
Two Sheep Ugg Boots & Slippers are NOT:
& as comfortable as they may be should NOT be worn as such.
Two Sheep recommends that toe nails be trimmed while wearing sheepskin footwear as long toe nails can cause punctures & tears in the sheepskin.
Damage caused from poor grooming is not covered by our warranty.