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Repair the ripped fabric of a shoe, whether it is made of canvas, leather, suede, etc.

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  1. Use the scissors to make sure the specific place in which you are applying the shoe-goo is free of any long loose strings or excess fabric. This will allow the goo to stick better and last longer on the shoe. This will allow the goo to stick better and last longer on the shoe.
    • Use the scissors to make sure the specific place in which you are applying the shoe-goo is free of any long loose strings or excess fabric.

    • This will allow the goo to stick better and last longer on the shoe.

  2. Slightly wet the sponge to rub and clean the torn area of the shoe
    • Slightly wet the sponge to rub and clean the torn area of the shoe

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  4. Once the shoe is free of excess material, and clean as can be, you are ready to apply the goo onto the shoe. Apply a medium amount along the rip or hole on the desired spot. Gloves are recommended for this, but are not required. DO NOT squeeze huge globs onto the shoe, in this case more is not always better.
    • Once the shoe is free of excess material, and clean as can be, you are ready to apply the goo onto the shoe. Apply a medium amount along the rip or hole on the desired spot.

    • Gloves are recommended for this, but are not required.

    • DO NOT squeeze huge globs onto the shoe, in this case more is not always better.

  5. Spread the shoe goo across the rip in the fabric with the popsicle stick. For the best appearance, make the goo as smooth as possible and try not to get the shoe goo any where else besides the rip
    • Spread the shoe goo across the rip in the fabric with the popsicle stick.

    • For the best appearance, make the goo as smooth as possible and try not to get the shoe goo any where else besides the rip

  6. Let shoe dry for at least 24 hours.
    • Let shoe dry for at least 24 hours.

    • For maximum strength, let shoe sit for 2-3 days.

  7. Once the shoe-goo is completely dry, your shoe is now ready to wear. Go out, hit the town, show off your fresh kicks.
    • Once the shoe-goo is completely dry, your shoe is now ready to wear. Go out, hit the town, show off your fresh kicks.

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hahahahahaha. that was really funny. You should patent it

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Here’sthe deal on this effort, there is value in fixing things that just need some effort….rather than trash tossing. Once fixed, these canvas shoes can live a long useful life and with creativity and cleaning they can be anything you want them to be. You can turn a well worn pair of canvas shoes into a work of art as long as the sole is good and the heel isn’t broken down. I love this video!

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