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The easy way to resole shoes. It takes about 20 minutes. Your shoes will be more comfortable than when they were new. What a great way to start ...
We'll be gluing a half inch or so of foam onto the bottom of each shoe. You might want to grind your soles flat with a beltsander or ...
You can trace pretty tight, you'll be cutting around this line.
Cut out the sole with a sharp knife or the tool of your choice. Leave a bit extra around the edges. An electric turkey knife is good for ...
This glue is amazing. It's also good for causing headaches, brain damage, and explosions. Use it somewhere with good ventilation and wear a mask with organic vapor cartridges. ...
I leave the brush in the can so it lasts forever. I cut the brush handle short so it'll fit. Paint it on the mating surfaces of the ...
Line them up very carefully before mating. If they touch first you might have to rip something to get them apart. Then squish them together to bring all ...
Stomp around a bit and squish the surfaces together really well. Enjoy the fine feeling you get from your new soles.
Trim it like your shoe theory tells you. I like it pretty close. Then squish the sole tight all around the edge with your thumbs.
If you want to sand your edges smooth, use a fresh coarse grit abrasive in the sander of your choice. Use a light touch, some types of foam ...
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