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Old 12-30-2010, 08:57 PM   #12
Wldrns
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I use Limmer's own boot grease. It goes on similar to Sno-Seal, which I have used extensively in the past, but Limmer's is not so waxy. I also either use a hair dryer, or just leave my boots in the sunshine for a couple of hours. I figure if Limmer recommends it for their very expensive boots, then i better be using it. It goes on easy and soaks in well, and I have never had my boots leak through. It costs no more than Sno-Seal.
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