Recently I was reading an answer to someone's request. I don't even know what the question was. But I do remember several answers included using a boot dryer, several mentioned buying this tool from Northern Tool Co. for around $25.00. I ordered their catalog, but can't find this item listed. Could someone correct me on this or tell me where I might purchase such a machine?
This is what I have used over the many years is rolled up newspaper and slide it into the boots and let sit.
Free and cheap!
Boot dryers can be found in most Outdoor Gear or Hunting/Trapping magazines, such as Cabella's. We have one and it is used often for gloves and hats as well as boots. Good Luck. - B. Brudon
I've found stuffing them with newspaper absorbs the water very quickly. Remove once the newspaper is damp and relace if needed. It also helps them keep their shape. - Susan
Hi, you can go to www.gemplers.com & request a catalog. They'll send it
out next day air. They have boot dryers in there. I don't recall the
price. - Terri H.
well paper is good if you don't need your boots for atleast a week boot dryer is the best way to go good luck
They can be purchased at Farm and Garden type stores, such as Tractor Supply Company, or Rural King Ohio. I'm sure the stores in other states vary slightly, but they aren't difficult to find. Even drugstores here have them around Christmastime here in Ohio. My boyfriend worked on a dairy farm and it was an absolute must, even though it was around $80.
http://cgi.ebay.com/Brand-New-Pacif ... aultDomain_0&hash=item25629776d2 is a link for one on ebay for sale with free shipping. I am not affiliated with that seller in any way, but the price is decent at $45.
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