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Offline CplD

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« on: March 14, 2006, 21:12:40 »
Hey guys,

I'm pretty new to the army and already I've run into a problem with my boots.  The problem is a reoccuring white stain that happens on the outside.  Appearently it is foot sweat and I should just polish them a lot which I already do.  However where these marks keep showing the leather material looks as if it has swelled up, so now my boots are looking really shiny but ugly bumps everywhere.  Every time I where them on weekends the white comes back. 

Now my question is this.  Do I just deal with it?... or is there some tricks I can do to prevent this problem.

I really appreciate if anyone can help me out,

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« Reply #1 on: March 14, 2006, 21:33:34 »
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