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I used Shoe Goo to re-attach the sole to a leather shoe and need to remove the excess dried Shoe Goo.

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On top of the shoe is a thin piece of metal. Using a small screwdriver this can be gently levered up at the front edge and slid out. Then access to the 4 screws is possible.

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HI
I THINK THAT NOT A PROBLEM WE CAN REPLCE THE SOLE F YOUR SHOES . WHEN DID YOU BUY YOUR SHOES IS IT STILL IN WARRANTY IF YES THEN APPROACH YOUR AUTHORIZED DEALER AND GET THE REPLACEMENT IF NOT , TRY APPROACHING ANY DEALER WHO DEALS WITH YOUR SHOES AND GET THE WORK DONE IT WILL BE CHEAP ONLY . IF YOU FURTHER NEED ANY HELP PLEASE CONTACT ME THANK YOU


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Posted on Dec 17, 2010

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SOURCE: The sole has come apart

I've used Krazy Glue (I did this just yesterday) and it's nit a permanent fix, but it'll hold you until you can get to a shoe repair shop.

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Good news it can be fixed. Bad news, you have some work ahead of you. You will have contact the manufacturer and get the replacement part. Some manufacturers are very helpful and other down right mean. Once you get the replacement part take it to your local shoe repair and they can attach it. I have also bought worn/damaged shoes on eBay for replacement parts to repair customers shoes.

Posted on Sep 10, 2011

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Instructions Things You'll Need:

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