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post #8701 of 19067
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Originally Posted by chogall View Post

Man, wounds like those will take literally years to heal if you continue to wear any shoes.

You might need some serious callus peeling treatments and feet conditioning.  No joke.

As long as I look cool, it is all good, man. wink.gif
post #8702 of 19067
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Originally Posted by thelonius View Post

Did you read the wiki page that you have cited ?

Yes I did and it clearly says water is the universal solvent.

In the cursory google search I did I also came across NASA referring to water as the universal solvent.

It is peculiar that the few individuals arguing against this rather tedious fact don't have anything else to contribute to this thread.
post #8703 of 19067
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Originally Posted by chogall View Post

feet conditioning.  No joke.

What do you recommend bick 4, lexol or is this the appropriate time to use Obnfs HDLP biggrin.gif

Personally I'd recommend what I have always used nivea.
post #8704 of 19067
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

There aren't any lesions on the bottoms of my feet. Could be a weird angle you're seeing.
The third photo looks like under the heel...?? Maybe my mistake.
post #8705 of 19067
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post


Here's my non-bespoke beaten up feet... Just a warning, they are gross, so if you don't want to see gross foot damage don't click on them.

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No offense meant,, but surely these aren't your feet are they ? They look like case photos from a medical book.

post #8706 of 19067
You say that as if the two have to be mutually exclusive.
post #8707 of 19067

I had a similar problem with shoes i loved but caused me sores, i used 'melolin pads' they worked a treat, stopped the pain, allowed the sore to heal and the pads stay put and don't peel off halfway through the day

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Y'all are just a bunch of sissies. You haven't truly lived until you have bled down the backs of your shoes and crusted your pant trousers. It is a spiritual experience.
post #8709 of 19067
Stop wearing those shoes that are causing you those pains. My only pair that gave me a blister is a pair of St Crispins, at the big toe joint, but it's a small blister; and I have sent it back to relast.

They will do long term damage to your health....
post #8710 of 19067
I don't own any of those shoes anymore.
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Originally Posted by patrickBOOTH View Post

I don't own any of those shoes anymore.

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New to this thread, so apologies in advance if this has been asked and answered many times . . . I'm looking for something stronger than RenoMat to strip shell.  Any suggestions?

post #8713 of 19067
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Originally Posted by halfnhalfnhalf View Post

New to this thread, so apologies in advance if this has been asked and answered many times . . . I'm looking for something stronger than RenoMat to strip shell.  Any suggestions?
Wire wheel??? haha. You didn't think I'd be in thread, did ya??? Sorry. I don't have an answer.
post #8714 of 19067
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Originally Posted by halfnhalfnhalf View Post
 

New to this thread, so apologies in advance if this has been asked and answered many times . . . I'm looking for something stronger than RenoMat to strip shell.  Any suggestions?

What are you trying to strip from shell that RenoMat isn't doing the job?

post #8715 of 19067
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Originally Posted by tifosi View Post
 
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Originally Posted by halfnhalfnhalf View Post

New to this thread, so apologies in advance if this has been asked and answered many times . . . I'm looking for something stronger than RenoMat to strip shell.  Any suggestions?
Wire wheel??? haha. You didn't think I'd be in thread, did ya??? Sorry. I don't have an answer.

 

I assume you're everywhere!  :D

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