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7 Ways to Make Shoes Waterproof

7 Ways to Make Shoes Waterproof

1)    In gasoline, dilute the yellow beeswax until saturation, heat the solution in a water bath and add 1/10 part by weight of the melted sperm. Before use, melt in a water bath and apply on a dry and slightly heated skin.

2)    Mix 50 wt . h . melted lamb fat, 49 wt. parts of linseed oil and 1 wt. h. turpentine. Apply to dry, heated skin.

3)    Mixture (in parts by weight) of paraffin, wax, rosin (2: 3: 1) melt, add 1 wt. h. powder of clay-kaolin.

4)    A mixture of 3 wt . h . paraffin and 1 wt. h. Flax oil warm on low heat, grease the skin, then wipe with a woolen rag.

5)    Put any leather shoes for a few hours in water, where as much as possible of gray soap is dissolved. When drying, the shoe becomes softer than it was, and completely does not allow water to pass through.

6)    A mixture of 40 wt . h . fish oil, 10 wt. wax, 3 wt. h. turpentine, 10 wt. black soot for black shoes (10 parts by weight ocher for yellow), preheat until melting and add 20 weight. h. glycerin and 1 wt. h. borax.

7)    Heat on light fire 200 g flax oil, dissolve in it 50 grams fat, 5 grams wax, 5 grams wood tar. Lubricate in preheated form.

Lubricate with any of the named compounds periodically repeat.