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Discussion in 'Equipment' started by tattoogunman, Jan 1, 2013.
OK, I ended up going with Sno Seal and here were my results:
Before & after side by side
Profile before and after
Both boots after treatment
No clue how well it will work (if at all), I'll let y'all know the next time my feet get wet
+1 for snow seal.
Also been using it for 40 years, since before it came in a plastic can, it used to come in a metal paint can,
and it's worked for me.
I sware it makes the boot last longer since it keeps the leather softer
I put it on cold and hold the boot over the stove untill it melts and soaks in better but I bet the hair dryer would work just fine.
Yeah, I just used a hair dryer last night. Once it melted, I rubbed it in one more time and then let it dry. I'm probably going to put a light coat of polish over it just to clean it up a bit.
I'm also a sno seal fan. Besides warming the boot up before and after waxing. I'd suggest working the wax into the seams really well especially where the sole is sewed on to the boot. An old toothbrush works well for this.
Using a soft toothbrush for the seams and all stitching really works the wax/paste/gel/liquid in. Used one for years. Learned from my grandpa who was a logger and a farmer all his life.
SNO-SEAL....at times you can find it at Walmart....it's at other stores also.It a bees wax base stuff....put it on the garment,use a hair dryer and the wax melts...it goes into nooks and crannies...wipe off excess....done.
++1 snowseal, especially if you have boots with stiched welts
Is dubbin the same as sno seal? I've always used dubbin on my leather boots with great results
I like Effax, penetrates better then Snow seal, and is great to condition the leather too.
So, the Balm?, probbaly not the Hoof Gel