- Make sure that the crest is removed before seasoning the beret.
- Pull the two ends of the beret and push the side flaps down.
- The side with the cardboard should be on the right and facing upwards.
- Place the beret under a heavy object for at least one day.
- Alternatively, iron the beret under a cloth in the folded manner
- Do not iron the beret directly but use a cloth to cover it.
Ironing the top
- Make sure that all the badges and rank is removed before ironing the clothes.
- Place the shirt up right and iron the sleeve with the formation sign facing upwards.
- Iron the rest of the shirt until it is straight.
Ironing the pants
- Fold your pants by pulling the 2 belt loops at the front and back of the pants.
- Iron according to the line created from pulling by applying pressure with the iron on the pants for a few seconds.
- 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.
- Do not leave the iron on the pants for too long as it may burn the fabric.
- Make sure that there is not double line when ironing.
- Wipe down the boot using a damp cloth to remove any dirt and dried polish.
- Use a clean cloth to apply polish and some water.
- Then rub the surface with pressure in circular motion.
- For the first time, make sure to put extra polish for foundation layers.
- Then, apply water and polish in circular motion.
- Repeat until the shoe becomes shiny.
- It may take up to 1 to 2 hours or even many layers to achieve a high gloss so do be patient.
- If you are polishing the entire boot, do remove the shoelaces and polish.
- If there are cracks in the boots, remove all layers of polish and repeat step one.
- Do not burn the polish or use instant shine polish as it may damage your boots and cause it to dry up easily which makes your boot crack.