Water repellent coating for shoes
Such a simple water-repellent coating is wildly popular in the autumn-spring period, when it is impossible to walk hundreds of meters so as not to accidentally fall into a puddle.We rub well from all sides.If there are small gaps, then we are especially passing there several times, preferably straight along these gaps. We are also hard at work on seams and other connections.The wax coating rubbed with a candle should be very clearly visible.Then take the hair dryer, turn it on to the maximum temperature. The air speed is set at a minimum. And with this heat we begin to warm the entire surface where paraffin was applied.Warm up from all sides.During this heat treatment, paraffin melts and absorbs into the surface, seams and gaps, thereby sealing the entire surface. During the heating process, the effect and coating can be enhanced additionally rubbing the candle into the heated surface.Continue drying to fullparaffin absorption into shoes.Everything will drain like water off a goose. And of course water itself.Excellent, not a bit delayed.The water-repellent coating can be used not only for brown leather, but also for ordinary black. It can even be applied to fabric shoes. Yes - yes, on the fabric, and it will also become waterproof. Also, after applying such a coating, shoes can be cleaned with a cream. This simple advice will help you in bad weather.
MaterialsAnd so to make your shoes waterproof you only need two things that are 99% available in each house:
- It's a hair dryer, br>
- And a regular paraffin candle.
Applying a water repellent coating to shoesBefore applying the coating, shoes must be clean and completely dry. It depends on how well the layer of coating will fall. Now we take a candle in our hand and rub it abundantly on the entire surface of the shoe.
We are testing a waterproof coatingNow your shoes will perfectly repel any water-containing liquid.
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