1. Give them a good wipe and clean with a wet cloth.
2. Dry thoroughly.
3. Take a rolled up newspaper and stuff inside the leg of the boot.
Your boots should now stand up in the back of your wardrobe unaided. The legs shouldn't fall down and crease causing aging and cracks. You're also saving money because you don't have to splash out on special boot tree thingymagjigs.
I've made a video about this along with some general chuntering on about filming TV shows and that little spongy thing from the EDF adverts.
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P.S. Any good tips for storing boots and shoes?
P.P.S. This is my second post of the day. Earlier I blogged about keeping your handbag organised.
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