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Re: [AT-L] Re: [AT-L] Re: [AT-L] Sealers of all sorts
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- Date: Fri, 4 Oct 1996 07:51:58 -500
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> Date: Thu, 3 Oct 1996 23:49:44 -0500 (CDT)
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> Subject: [AT-L] Re: [AT-L] Re: [AT-L] Sealers of all sorts
> When I have used snow-seal I turn the oven on low and "cook" my boots until they are good and
> warm. The snow seal just melts right in. Like putting on hot butter. Keep a good watch on the
> boots though, they heat up fast.
> One Step
That's a little rough onm good leather boot, just heat the Snoseal
til it is a liquid ( double boiler or direct heat works well) Then
just paint on the liquid. Really gets in those norwegian welts.
Best to do with a clean boot.
As yet unnamed AT Hiker