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How To Repair Your Boots The Easy Way

Repair Your Boots

There are many kinds of boots like work boots, winter boots, waterproof boots, logger boots etc. when we use these boots they tolerate a huge amount of pressure and force everyday.

These boots become old and begin to come apart. If the damage of your boot, it is not a big problem. You can easily repair them.

In this article we are going to show you some basic tips on How To Repair Your Boots the easy way. You do not have to buy a new pair of shoes so soon. Here I am telling you some ways to fix your boots easily.

How To Repair Your Boots | The Basics

  • Replaceable Sole

It is very common if you use your work boots or other boots every day. It’s the main part of your boot which carries all the weight of your body. In case of some boots you can replace the damaged sole with a new sole. Just take your boots to a cobbler. He will deal with it.

  • Irreplaceable Sole

If the cobbler can not replace the sole you can also fix your shoes. Sometimes we see small hole in the sole. Clean the area with any alcohol. You can find the alcohol in the market.

You can also use normal body spray to clean the area. Wipe the area gently and dry it. Now you need some sealant like aqua seal. You will find it easily in the market.
When your boots are dry then seal the hole with the sealant. Let the sealant dry the whole night.

  • Loose Sole

You can also fix the loose sole of your boot. You can easily fix this with strong glue. I used Shoo Goo. It is strong, flexible, durable and also waterproof. It is not so costly. If you use this you can comfortably use your shoes again for a long time.

It is also easy to use. You just have to apply this on the loosened area. Press the area with your hand. You can use a clamp to create more force on the loosened area. Make sure that you do not leave any loose place. Dry the area for

Dry the area for a whole night. You will see your good as new and comfortable the next morning.

  • Simple Cut

If there is a little cut on your leather you can use glue to fix this. Just apply some super glue or shoe goo on it. Apply some pressure to meet the both end of the leather. Dry it the whole night.

  • Fully Torn Leather

If the leather of your boot is fully torn you will need waterproof leather glue, another piece of leather to fix your boot. You just have to follow the instructions which are given below.

  • Wash Your Boots

I know your boots are old. So before you start to fix your boot you will need to clean it properly. At first remove the laces. Wash them with any dish soap. You can use a washing machine to wash the laces.

Then wash the leather. You can use the dish soap wash it. But I prefer Aquaseal Leather Waterproofing and Conditioner. It is really good for your leather to wash it perfectly.

After that, you will need the towel to remove the water. Let the boot dry the whole night.

  • Another Piece Of Leather

Measure the size of the torn area. According to the size of the area cut a piece of leather. Make sure that this piece of leather covers the whole area.Then put some super glue on the side of the leather. Make sure that the surface of the leather is fully covered with the glue.

Then cover the torn area with the piece of leather. Now use your hand to press hard on the piece of leather. Place the other hand inside the boot while you are pressing the piece of leather.

Then let it dry for 24 hours. Then you can use your old shoes comfortably again.

  • Conclusion

The main parts of the shoes are sole and have to take of these parts mainly.If these things are damaged we will have to buy a new pair of shoes. But now a days, shoes have become very costly.

So it is wise to repair them and use them again. I have tried these techniques. These instructions are really easy to follow. I am still using my boots. So you should try them too.

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