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VINTAGE STUDDED JEWELED TOY GUN HOLSTER
1 month ago
I was curious if you have any tips/proper methods for sanitizing used vintage engineer boots?Thanks,VicHi Vic,I absolutely recommend sanitizing any vintage footwear in order to rid them of orders and, more importantly, to avoid unwanted fungal issues.My methods include using a tried and tested formula of either Tinactin Deodorant Powder Spray, Gold Bond Maximum Strength Foot Powder / Foot Spray (blue bottle) or Lysol Disinfectant Spray.Over the past twenty-two years of collecting Vintage Engineer Boots, I've used at least one of the aforementioned products. Simply spray a liberal amount of either product on the inside of your boots/shoes from toe to heel ... and up the boot shaft and allow to dry under the sun. For those items requiring extra attention repeat a couple/few more times. And for added protections, I would pour some foot powder on the outside/and around my boot socks when I don the boots. I would only do this for a couple/few days. That's it.