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Old 05-26-2012, 10:54 AM   #72
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Originally Posted by Brtp4 View Post
If the mud is dry, get a nylon brush and brush it off. That's all. Once that is done, use something like this, which is recommended by Gore:

Hope that helps.

Thanks!!! I'll give that stuff a try. Hopefully I can find it locally and be able to apply this weekend.
I know where to go for new boots when these give up on me, (due to neglect) but they are roughly 15 years old so far!
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