How to add shine to rubber boots?

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  1. Bella

    Bella Senior Member+

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    My english riding boots are just those PVC/rubber ones, and they're DULL. I saw someone adding something to their boots at the last show it was, and it was in a yellow bottle, but I couldnt see the name, but it made those boots shine like crazy!

    Just curious, what works to add shine to the boots?


    -Bella :running:
     






  2. AQHA_Gizmo

    AQHA_Gizmo Senior Member+

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    Do you have pictures of your boots? lol I need some rubber boots!
     
  3. Bella

    Bella Senior Member+

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  4. lovemyshy

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    I wonder if tire polish would work??? You know that stuff that you spray on your tires to make them all shiney?? Don't for the life of me know what it's called though, but look in the automotive section at the gas stations.
     
  5. MustangMatt

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    You can try Armor All...thats a well known car tire product...never heard of it being used on urethane boots before...
     
  6. EqUeStRiAn

    EqUeStRiAn Senior Member+

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    Dead on matt. I use Armor All all the time on my rubber boots :) It works great!
     
  7. cassidy

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    cleaning them with saddle soap actually works pretty well :)
     
  8. GeM

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    Two words: Lexol Vinylex.
    It cleans, polishes and shines rubber. :)
     






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