Seasoning Beret

  1. Make sure that the crest is removed before seasoning the beret.
  2. Pull the two ends of the beret and push the side flaps down.
  3. The side with the cardboard should be on the right and facing upwards.
  4. Place the beret under a heavy object for at least one day.
  5. Alternatively, iron the beret under a cloth in the folded manner

Ironing the top

  1. Make sure that all the badges and rank is removed before ironing the clothes.
  2. Place the shirt up right and iron the sleeve with the formation sign facing upwards.
  3. Iron the rest of the shirt until it is straight.

Ironing the pants

  1. Fold your pants by pulling the 2 belt loops at the front and back of the pants.
  2. Iron according to the line created from pulling by applying pressure with the iron on the pants for a few seconds.
  3. The line should be formed with 2 lines starting from the 2 front belt loops and a V-shape from the center of the pants.

Polishing boots

  1. Wipe down the boot using a damp cloth to remove any dirt and dried polish.
  2. Use a clean cloth to apply polish and some water.
  3. Then rub the surface with pressure in circular motion.
  4. For the first time, make sure to put extra polish for foundation layers.
  5. Then, apply water and polish in circular motion.
  6. Repeat until the shoe becomes shiny.
  7. It may take up to 1 to 2 hours or even many layers to achieve a high gloss so do be patient.