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testing UGG cleaner and conditioner

hey cuties! c:

on a beautiful winter day few weeks ago, when it was snowing for a week, i decided to wear my UGGs since it was snowy and beautiful outside but little did i know that it was gonna rain really hard in the evening c: so that's the story of how most people probably ruin their UGGs :)
so basically, they looked like that⬎

and when i tried to ''clean'' them, i just ruined them even more and my hands were all brown!! c:

i finally had to order a cleaner and conditioner for UGGs all the way from The UK since they didn't have any in stores here and  the shipping actually cost more than the product itself.
it arrived in exactly one week after ordering and it came in a huge box even tho the product itself was just a small bottle. c:

after watching some YouTube videos and searching the internet, i finally decided to start cleaning them somehow even tho i was scared that i would ruin them even more in the end c: but what's done is done! (currently waiting for them to dry)
so all i used was this UGG cleaner and conditioner, a sponge and old toothbrush.
ATTEMPT 1: i used the toothbrush to soften the boots which is apparently really helpful and important part in the cleaning process. i used a damp sponge(using too wet sponge can ruin your uggs even more!!!) to moisten the boots and after that i dropped a little bit of the cleaner to the sponge and started actually cleaning them(with a sponge). it didn't say how much of the cleaner you're supposed to use so i started off with just few (big) drops. when i was all done with the cleaning, i used a clean damp sponge to kind of get rid of the cleaner and the ''soap-ish'' layer and after that i just stuffed my UGGs with old newspapers(you can also use towels or toilet paper) and they were supposed to dry in a ventilated (not too warm) place for like 24h.
on the next day, when my UGGs were all dry, they looked pretty much the same as they did in the beginning... so i figured that it could've been because i didn't use enough cleaner.

ATTEMPT 2: i added a little(much) bit more Cleaner and cleaned them with the soap-y sponge a little bit longer and harder. i couldn't have possibly ruin them more anyway c:
after the 2nd attempt they finally actually looked much better but i wasn't completely satisfied with them yet so i decided to try one last time.
ATTEMPT 3: they look so much better!!! c: but i decided to try one more time to make them look perfect c:

ATTEMPT 4: they look like new now!! c: 


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