: This is how I wash shoes.



Jesda
11-23-08, 06:27 PM
The accidental off-roading adventure last week ruined some shoes. A new pair would cost at least $20, and I needed clean dress shoes for a job interview on Monday. It seems like a waste to replace perfectly good footwear because of caked-on debris.

http://www.q45.org/gallery2/d/37924-1/SSPX0586.jpg
It took a LOT of pressure and five minutes of work to get the mud off. The clumps dried on like concrete.

http://www.q45.org/gallery2/d/37927-2/SSPX0587.jpg
$2.50 in quarters later, and its clean. The people vacuuming behind me looked perplexed when I grabbed the wet shoes and threw them in the back of the truck, which itself was still dirty when I drove off.

blue07cts
11-23-08, 07:45 PM
LMAO! i always wondered if there was a more creative way to use the "matt hooks" at a car wash, man that is FUN-E $HIT!

orconn
11-23-08, 08:06 PM
Thanks for sharing!

Spyder
11-23-08, 08:48 PM
Ha! Someone as cheap as me! I like it!

Night Wolf
11-23-08, 08:58 PM
Buy your own pressure washer.... then no more quarters ;) It's fun to find new things to puressure wash.

I~LUV~Caddys8792
11-23-08, 11:24 PM
LOL! Only you'd be so cheap not to spend the $20 on new shoes!

But now you've gotta get the shoes to dry out....