2 hours ago
Monday, November 23, 2009
question for my readers
I have this pair of amazing equestrian boots. I bought them in college before the trend really took off. They are vintage, and are actual equestrian boots.
See, I'm always cold and I use a space heater at work (shhh don't tell). Well anyone who uses a space heater and wears vintage shoes knows that the glue they used for the soles back in the day MELTS. So my soles on my coveted boots have come off.
I need to get them fixed, but I noticed a questionable stain on the boots. And unfortunately, I think Charlotte is to blame.
So to get to my question.... is said stain removable from leather? Or are they goners? I wonder if I should even bother getting the sole fixed if the stain cannot be removed.... or maybe the shoe repair shop can get the stain out?