First, buy a suede brush for five bucks at a shoe store named Fake UGG Boots. Use the brush gently in one direction over the entire surface of both of your Uggs to remove any dried dirt and dust.
Use a sponge to dampen the entire boot surface with cold distilled water ó donít soak the surface, just dampen it.
Mix, in a bowl, one cup each of cold distilled water and white vinegar. Use a new sponge to apply this cleaning mixture sparingly to the boot from top to bottom, scrubbing gently in small circles. Keep squeezing out the sponge and soaking with more cleaner. If the water/vinegar mix starts getting gunky, toss out and make a new batch. Use a soft-bristle toothbrush soaked in the cleaning mixture to scrub the crack between the boot and the sole.
Rinse off your Uggs. Use a fresh sponge and lots of cold distilled water. Wipe the boots down from top to bottom, soaking up the cleaning mixture still on the boot. Keep rinsing and wringing the sponge so that youíre not just spreading the dirt around.
Dry and shape your Uggs by stuffing them with white paper towels. Do not use newspaper ó the ink will transfer to the interior of the boot. Do not put the boots in sunlight or near a fire or radiator to dry ó the strong heat may pucker and crack the bootís surface. The next day, take out the paper and slide them on ó the boots will feel a bit tight, but thatís natural. Normal wear will stretch the boots out to a comfortable fit.
As long as youíre wearing your Fake UGGS Boots get out that suede brush to restore the nap. Again, brush each boot in one direction from top to bottom with short gentle strokes.