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Someone wise once said "New shoes are ugly, my worn out ones are a beauty". Agree. Like real people, i keep wearing this pair all the time because ...
Things you need.1) a broken sole.2) the cheapest bicycle-tyre repair kit money can buy.
- Mark the worn out area with a cheerful-colored crayon. This is to prevent us from missing the area that needs to be repaired.- Decide on the tab ...
- Clean the marked area and apply a thin layer of adhesive on it (the adhesive is from the repair kit too). let the adhesive become tacky. - ...
- When the adhesive is tacky enough, place the tab over it.
- Let it dry for a few minutes - and done. Hope that helps! :)
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