• Recently Browsing   0 members

    No registered users viewing this page.


  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

About rockvalengoose

  • Rank
    Junior Member

Profile Information

  • First Name rockvalen
  1. How To Properly Clean Leather Shoes Wipe your shoes clean. Dirt, mud and grime will cling to your shoes after an entire day of walking. Polishing your shoes with the dirt on will not only look unsightly, but will cause the dirt to accumulate and ruin the leather. Take a damp rag then wipe off all the crusts. Gently use a shoehorn to remove stubborn clumps. Rub shoe polish all over the surface. Shoe polish will both protect the leather and make it shine. Rub the polish in circles. You may also use shoe cream, which is absorbed by the leather to cover up scratches and blemishes, not to mention protecting the shoe from moisture. Finally, a leather conditioner can bring back the suppleness of old, brittle leather shoes. Use it before applying the shoe polish. Whisk a dry rag over the shoe surface. A shoe brush will also give an adequate shine, but http://www.goldengoosesalesite.com/ nothing beats a quick buff using a rag. Hold both ends of the rag then use quick buffing movements to polish the surface. You may need to hold the shoe in place using a table leg or a second person. Buff both the top, front, and back of the shoe. Avoid using the same rag for different colored shoes; otherwise, the polish will rub off and discolor the surface. Use a shoe brush for irregular surfaces. If your shoe has many stitches or a non-shiny texture, a Golden Goose Sneakers shoe brush can polish the leather in places a rag will only be snagged. Remove chewing gum by rubbing ice on it. The ice will turn the gum rigid, allowing you to scrape it off with a knife without stretching. Remove salt stains with a cup of hot water mixed with a tablespoon of vinegar. Dip a rag in the solution then rub out the stain, allowing it to air dry afterwards. Sprinkle baking soda inside the shoe to get rid of odor. You may also spray it with a disinfectant to kill odor-causing germs for a longer-lasting solution to odor. Remove the shoelaces regularly for a thorough cleaning. The laces can interfere with the polishing and buffing, leaving the leather underneath unprotected from the elements. Consider having your shoes cleaned professionally. A shoeshine is usually available in subways and malls. They have the experience to make your shoes shined and don't mind getting their hands dirty.
  2. How To Pack a Tank Bag for a 6 Taking one pair of shoes, tuck one shoe at each edge, with a pair of riding socks firmly stuffed into each shoe. Golden Goose Shoes Now you have shoes to wear to dinner and three pairs of socks (counting the pair you will start out with). Conserve space by every other day turning a used pair of socks inside out so they can be used twice. Now consider your toiletries. After shopping at your local grocery store and finding travel sizes for everything from toothpaste to hand lotion to mouthwash, invest in a zippered, waterproof pouch that will securely hold these items without the possibility of leakage. After packing this with only your barest essentials, place between the shoes. There will probably be room at each end, unless your pouch is larger than what you really need -- think about it. And remember, if you are staying at a hotel or motel each night, there will probably be complimentary toiletries. Place five pairs of underwear in a baggie and securely close after pressing out as much air as possible. Repeat with either undershirts or bras in another bag. Place one at each end of bag, completing a layer of shoes, toiletries and underwear. You now have enough clothing and personal items to last you the remaining five days of your motorcycle trip. Remember, what you wear the first day may also be layered and reused. Next, additional riding equipment. If the jacket and pants you use for riding are not waterproof, pack a waterproof riding suit and waterproof gloves -- you may end up motorcycling in the rain. With proper folding and storage in a bag, these items can be flattened to about three inches. Around the edges, tuck in a small cleaning rag and http://www.goldengoosesalesite.com/ visor cleaner for use throughout the day or each morning. No matter where you ride or what time of year, your visor will get dirty. If you have done the above as described, you will have a couple remaining inches to fill in with items you now deem necessary -- a pencil and notepad to record your adventure, camera in a waterproof case, eyeglasses, etc. All of these items will be easily accessible at the top of the bag. I recommend carrying your wallet, cell phone and any other important personal papers in an inside pocket of your jacket for safekeeping. Your jacket will always be with you, whereas you will leave your tail or tank bag secured to your bike throughout the day. Once the bag is packed, zippered closed and placed on the tail or tank of your motorcycle, secure it in place with straps and bungee cords.