How to waterproof Toms @Allie Kenney this might have come in handy when we walked home that one day... :)

How to waterproof your shoes…

Use Beeswax to Waterproof Canvas Shoes: I LOVE this one, especially for beach season or rainy season. You can use a bit of beeswax to waterproof your shoes! Just rub the wax onto your shoes, blow-dry to seal, and you’re done.

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How to waterproof shoes! ~ 31 Clothing Tips Every Girl Should Know- Use beeswax to waterproof shoes

How to Waterproof Your Shoes ~ use beeswax as shown here, or, easiest of all,  use spray silicone, which is the common method for waterproofing army boots. You can get a huge can of it inexpensively at most military surplus stores or a hunting equipment store.

Life Lessons: How to Waterproof Your Shoes

How to waterproof your canvas shoes

Waterproof your canvas shoes (vans and converse) by rubbing on a coat of beeswax or canvas wax and melt with a hairdryer.

Sealed joints. When installing a window in a tiled shower enclosure, make sure the joint between the jamb and the cementboard is sufficiently sealed with silicone caulk and a waterproofing membrane. The membrane bridging the two materials creates a stable substrate for the tile.

When installing a window in a tiled shower enclosure, make sure the joint between the jamb and the cementboard is sufficiently sealed with silicone caulk and a waterproofing membrane. The membrane bridging the two materials creates a stable

Life Lessons: How to Waterproof Your Shoes via Brit + Co. with beeswax. i'm a little annoyed I didn't know about this all through college.

Life Lessons: How to Waterproof Your Shoes

DIY waterproof your shoes "Rub the beeswax over the entirety of the shoe ... use a blow dryer to seal the deal."

Life Lessons: How to Waterproof Your Shoes

DIY waterproof your shoes "Rub the beeswax over the entirety of the shoe . use a blow dryer to seal the deal.

Waterproof your fabric shoes with beeswax.

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Fabric shoes can get dirty fast. Waterproof the fabric with beeswax and keep your shoes looking new!

Waterproof your shoes to guard against whatever that gross layer of party floor liquid is.

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Toms Cognac Suede Lunata Fringe Ankle Boot Hard to find boho inspired Toms suede bootie. These have been worn once. They have had waterproofing treatment applied. The boots come with Toms dust bag for storage. Size 5. 7” Boot Height. 2.5 “ stacked heel. No scuffs. Excellent condition. I have shoe shop waterproof all of my boots. Toms Shoes Ankle Boots & Booties

Toms Cognac Suede Lunata Fringe Ankle Boot

Toms Cognac Suede Lunata Fringe Bootie Like new condition - worn once.

Waterproof your shoes using beeswax and a blow dryer. Click through for the how-to.

Life Lessons: How to Waterproof Your Shoes

Rain won't matter if you treat your camping gear with NeverWet, an extreme waterproofing spray!

Rust-Oleum NeverWet 18 oz. NeverWet Multi-Purpose Spray Kit

Great idea to spray outdoor chair fabrics with! Treated with Rust-Oleum's NeverWet, pouring water on the top of a white canvas shoe, the water immediately beads up and slides off, never penetrating the canvas!

I am SO doing this to my dining room chairs! Had no clue it was so easy! Can't afford not to! How to Waterproof and Repel Stains on Fabric

How to Waterproof Fabric & Repel Stains on Fabric

Make ANY fabric outdoor fabric with this tutorial! Had no clue it was so easy to do this! Great for dining room chairs too! How to Waterproof and Repel Stains on Fabric

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