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Old 05-06-2016, 12:05 PM   #11
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I would try putting a bunch in a plastic ice cube tray and put it in the microwave to melt. Then let it cool to form a cube. Once cured, rub the wax cube on the stitching.
I've never done it but I'd try it.
The idea proposed is why they pay you the big bucks!
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I think you eat it. ��
I did that when I bought the camper.
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You can also heat your oven to 200 degrees, turn it off and put leather boots and shoes in for 5 minutes or so while its cooling down. While they are doing that, slightly melt the wax until its pasty.Then take them out and rub the wax on the boots while the leather is still warm and it soaks the wax into the leather. It reconditions and waterproofs boots.
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