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These product have been around for a while, you can buy them on Amazon right now, how is this any different.
I think this guy is going to be in trouble because Cuban asked him about being knocked off. There's a bunch of them already on Amazon.
For any white shoes or flip flops in this case, you can use a hydrophobic spray and it will help keep them clean for the most part. Most hardware stores carry it too.
nice i'll have to check it out. last q: do you know if it was this stuff? there's a few different kinds
Well...The faux leather coating is shot, but the fabric looks like it still has a while to go.
It might look different, but I suggest scraping off the rest of that faux leather on the tongue. Then I would spray the entire shoe (inside and out) with some hydrophobic spray: like rain guard or neverwet. Rainguard is pretty cheap and it'll keep just about any liquid/mud off the shoe.
As for the edges of the tongue; gorilla glue, or just regular super glue. There's some fancy stuff called fray check, but that's supposed to be tailor made for this kinda thing, but I've never used it.
I have a pair of kitchen shoes that were falling apart kinda like this. Some hydrophobic spray (is a gift to mankind....really), and gorilla glue will carry you far, though.
Edit: here's a link for the neverwet stuff
Does anyone have any experience with Rustoleum's Never Wet Spray for shoes? ([link])
My girlfriend had a bottle of this - and I recently picked up a pair of Svennsson's all white GATs, wanted to know if it was worth trying to waterproof it..haha
hydrophobic coatings can wear off
it's basically like a micro layer of wax.
if you were to wash your clothes everyday with the coating they might only last around 2 weeks before you have to reapply the coating.
that and the coating changes the feel of the items.
other factors is that they are expensive
it can cost anywhere from 10 - 20$ for a bottle of the stuff
versus windex which is like 6$ a bottle.
that and people really don't need to use it, it's just more hassle.
but if you want some knock yourself out Never Wet - Rust-Oleum
Is it this that you are taking about? Or something completely different? If it is, please share! :-)
Love the top. Also, I spray this on all of my nato straps: [link]
Take a look at this
Idk if it works well but it's probably cheaper than a new pair of shoes
Product name: Rust-Oleum, Clear 280886 Shield H2O Boot and Shoe Spray, 11 oz
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If it’s a small area you could try these
You should try something like "NeverWet" on your next suede shoes :)
you could try spraying some "never wet" type spray on the straps. maybe it would help the wind carry the water away faster so it doesn't wick. A little duct tape on the strap where it passes through the door may also make a tighter seal? https://www.amazon.com/Rust-Oleum-280886-NeverWet-11-Ounce-Spray/dp/B00KRHF88A/ref=sr_1_4?dchild=1&gclid=CjwKCAjwxo6IBhBKEiwAXSYBs55L3ml2aZKQ2ON7fzs0jXKDMit3NH8ZsAIuPK4tMu_3cNGxLXzd2hoCFSMQAvD_BwE&hvadid=174267092376&hvdev=c&hvlocphy=9013202&hvnetw=g&hvqmt=e&hvrand=17055117573329361173&hvtargid=kwd-65348162077&hydadcr=24657_9648987&keywords=never+wet+spray&qid=1627660412&sr=8-4