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May 13, 2008

Repair Boot Laces with Heat-Shrink Tubing

Trying to lace up your boots when the ends are frayed and won't go through the eyelets can be a real pain—especially at 4:30 a.m. at turkey camp. For an easy fix to this problem, take some electrical heat-shrink tubing and cut a small length about 1/2 inch. Slip the tubing over each lace and then heat-shrink it with a lighter. The laces will now thread through your boots, good as new.
Mike Weatherford, Morrisplains, N.J.

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DAVE2

THANKS FOR A GOOD TIP. I HAVE USED THE STUFF BUT NOT ON MY LACES.

jbird

Great tip! thanks

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Hi,
It is a great post.I read your blog.Here,it is having good tips.Thanks for sharing.

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