Your mother says - you squeeze your pennies so tight she hears them scream. She lives over 100 miles away. We understand. Times are tough and you need to make things last a little longer and go a little farther. We want to help. Working Person's Store sugges ... (see full details) (see specifications) #AQS806-4419.
Aquaseal One Ounce Leather And Fabric Stitch Guard 806 4419
Your mother says - you squeeze your pennies so tight she hears them scream. She lives over 100 miles away. We understand. Times are tough and you need to make things last a little longer and go a little farther. We want to help. Working Person's Store suggest to extend the life of your Work Boots/Shoes you try: Aquaseal 806 4419 One-Ounce Leather and Fabric Stitch Guard.
Stitch Guard by Aquaseal is a high polymer sealant designed to plug the stitch holes of footwear to prevent water from getting into your shoes or boots. Stitch Guard also will protect and prevent stitching thread from fraying. The bottle features a precision tip for accurate application.
Stitch Guard is intended to be used on all-types of outdoor leather and fabric/leather footwear. Some of the intended uses included: indoor/outdoor work footwear, athletic sports shoes (soccer, football, golf, baseball and more) hiking, hunting, mountain biking, and motorcycle boots. You can also use Stitch Guard on other motorcycle leathers such as jackets and chaps.. You can even use it on leather tack such as saddles, bridles and harnesses.
Squeeze those pennies as hard as you want. You are the one earning them and to help your Work Boots/Shoes last longer use Aquaseal 806 4419 One-Ounce Leather and Fabric Stitch Guard.
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5 out of 5
A review for Aquaseal leather and fbric stitch guard 8064419. After learning how to care for leather, I've been pretty fastidious about conditioning the leather in my shoes, boots, straps, etc, and I haven't experienced any failure in the leather itself. Before finding aquaseal, the number one cause of failure was fraying threads and seams. A friend tipped me off to Aquaseal leather and stitch guard, and I've been very satisfied. My one piece of advice: I highly recommend conditioning the leather very well before (and maybe after) applying the stitch guard, and to be as precise as possible in the application of the stitch guard. This product can darken unconditioned leather, which is undesirable to me. But, it's a great product and helps extend the life of the stitching in all of my boots and shoes. Once ounce goes a really long way, and is probably enough to treat all your boots several times. If you're going to invest in a nice footwear, it's important to invest the time protecting them and making them last.