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How to Black Out Football Boots?

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To dye a leather shoe, strip the leather shoe of its finish to ensure that the dye adheres, then dampen a sponge with leather stripper and rub it briskly over the shoes. Dye leather green before dyeing it black for good results. Spread the green dye evenly onto the white shoes and brush on the dye in long, even strokes. Overlap your strokes to ensure that no areas are missed. Smooth out drips promptly with the brush or cloth to avoid having them dry on the shoes. Allow the coat of green dye to dry completely according to the manufacturer's instructions, and then apply the black dye to the shoes, with the same method as used in applying the green dye.
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