Dirt Repellant sa ACE Hardware for Rubber Shoes?

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I saw at ACE Hardware yung 3M na brand na spray type na dirt repellant/. Ginagamit daw ito sa mga sofa and stuffed toys. For Upholstery sya.

Yung isa naman eh for Leather shoes. Its Water Repellant.

I dont know kung yung for Upholstery or Leather ang bibilhin ko. Kasi pag sinabing leather naiisip ko mga Leather na Formal shoes. Ano klase leather yung sa Nike?

Bago ko pla bilhin safe ba ito gamitin?
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ROFLMAO @ rubber shoes :lol:

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Quote:[hr][/hr] Rubber Shoes[hr][/hr]
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Man, me and my dad used to argue about that term... He'd call my sneakers "rubber shoes" I'd be all "they're sneakers" Then he'd say "sneakers are rubber shoes for girls" 0]
 
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Dito kasi Pinas Majority ang tawag dito sa Basketball shoes eh Rubber Shoes.

Dito sa Pinas ang Sneakers tawag naman yan sa mga walking shoes like vans, keds, lacoste...usually mga walking shoes.

Baka sa US tawag nyo Sneakers. Pero dito Rubber Shoes nakasanayan na tawag.

Experience nyo pala dun sa Dirt Repellant?
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I hope you are not offended by these posts. They're just trying to help you out. It's like saying CR when you're looking for a restroom. Yes, majority of the Filipino people in the motherland say CR but other than us, no one would really understand what you're saying.

Sneakers are what they are, not rubber shoes.

I suggest you clean your sneakers after every use. That's what I do. Dirt repellant only works on boots like Timbs, Alps, etc...

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Not offended. Starting right now I will call it Sneakers. Pero pag dating sa Basketball shoes hindi ba parang ang lambot ng dating pag sinabi Sneakers?

Kasi nung bata ako ang naaalala ko na tinatawag na Sneakers eh yung Tretorn.

Thanks sa info regarding Dirt Repellant

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TM - pare, i was just kidding..


just makes me think of my parents, parati ako pinapagalitan kasi i have 200+ pairs of rubber shoes and only 2 pairs of leather.. :b



and i don't know about the ACE dirt repellant but i like to use the waterproof/dirt repellant spray from footlocker - i brought 2 bottles over with me - sabi ng friend ko (manager ng FL), it doesn't matter if the bottle says it's for sneakers, boots, or hats (they sell the same thing at Lids stores) - marketing lang yun, pareho lang ang chemical makeup.


that spray works wonders - i usually coat my shoes before i UNDS - kahit sa ilalim - it doesn't prevent all dirt but it really helps, 'cause it keeps moisture from soaking the dirt into the shoe - after you wear it, you just have to brush it a little, at matatanggal na ang dumi.. i also used to use it on my jackets and on the bottom of my new jeans (para hindi siya mag-stain sa white/light colored shoes). made the rain and snow just roll off..


oh, and for your question about cleaning white midsoles - kingcrux uses baby wipes, and i use alcohol pads - basta wag mong pabayaan ang stain - wipe it off right away.. i used to hate white midsoles, but now i'm okay with them, as long as i keep them clean.
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Quote:[hr][/hr]TM - pare, i was just kidding..


just makes me think of my parents, parati ako pinapagalitan kasi i have 200+ pairs of rubber shoes and only 2 pairs of leather..


and i don't know about the ACE dirt repellant but i like to use the waterproof/dirt repellant spray from footlocker - i brought 2 bottles over with me - sabi ng friend ko (manager ng FL), it doesn't matter if the bottle says it's for sneakers, boots, or hats (they sell the same thing at Lids stores) - marketing lang yun, pareho lang ang chemical makeup.


that spray works wonders - i usually coat my shoes before i UNDS - kahit sa ilalim - it doesn't prevent all dirt but it really helps, 'cause it keeps moisture from soaking the dirt into the shoe - after you wear it, you just have to brush it a little, at matatanggal na ang dumi.. i also used to use it on my jackets and on the bottom of my new jeans (para hindi siya mag-stain sa white/light colored shoes). made the rain and snow just roll off..


oh, and for your question about cleaning white midsoles - kingcrux uses baby wipes, and i use alcohol pads - basta wag mong pabayaan ang stain - wipe it off right away.. i used to hate white midsoles, but now i'm okay with them, as long as i keep them clean.
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Regarding the safety ng chemical pag na spray sa shoes? No discoloration?

2 kinds sya: Yung isa for leather . the other is for upholstery, stuffed toys. So ano yung pipiliin ko sa dalawa?

Yung sa Kiwi Protector pwede ba yun?

Do you mean ba Baby Wipes yung Wet Tissue like Wet Ones?

Thank you very much for the Information.
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Quote:[hr][/hr]I use baby wipes. Pro Kids in particular. [hr][/hr]


yun nga lang magaamoy pwet ang sapatos mo :lol:
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at least indi amo paa :lol:
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i use alcohol pads too...the minute i see dirt on my sneakers..


and about calling it rubber shoes or sneakers..... which one do you want to be... a sneakerhead? o a rubbershoehead?... :D

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reading this post... i hear my dad last night telling my brother: 'rubber shoes nanaman bibilhin mo?' i couldn't stop laughing remembering this post.
 
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