Fixing robber part of broken shoe?

Fixing robber part of broken shoe?

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I have a running shoe which has black rubber at the bottom. Problem is that this rubber is not coming out of the shoe. I need to stick it back. I tried Feviquik earlier but I hear that it is not good. I will weaken the rubber even more.
Any ideas guys?

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Thank you blue wine, I ask relevant questions which will help people and off comes some random ace-whole who VDs such threads.

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If you are in Mumbai, try theshoelaundry.com

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Thanks Plato but I am looking for some cheap solution which can be done in home. Feviquik type

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After reading the title, I thought you were a Bengali https://cdn2.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_toungueout.gif

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@Plato wrote:

If you are in Mumbai, try theshoelaundry.com


have u used bro?

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@rajrocks wrote:


@Plato wrote:

If you are in Mumbai, try theshoelaundry.com


have u used bro?

You from Mumbai or Bangalore??

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@avgn wrote:

@rajrocks wrote:


@Plato wrote:

If you are in Mumbai, try theshoelaundry.com


have u used bro?

You from Mumbai or Bangalore??

y bro?

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@rajrocks wrote:

@Plato wrote:

If you are in Mumbai, try theshoelaundry.com


have u used bro?


Yes. I have used it quite often before inception days of this website. Now, this is a big business. Mostly all the shoeswala in Malls, pass on the shoes returned for repair to theshoelaundry. They will clean, do pasting, stiching whatever is required but will only take costly branded shoes.

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@dragonball wrote:

Thanks Plato but I am looking for some cheap solution which can be done in home. Feviquik type


Then scrub the surface and use thin-even layer of Araldite and leave the shoe pressed under weight for a day.

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@Dr.STRANGE wrote:


@dragonball wrote:

Thanks Plato but I am looking for some cheap solution which can be done in home. Feviquik type


try this
https://www.zopnow.com/fevicol-shoe-fix-shoe-re...

This one works. I had purchased it from Metro here in blore. Very handy esp during shoe / chappal emergencies :p

It’s like the gum used by Puncture walas in olden days. Apply on the surface, allow it to dry for a few mins.. and then press it hard n hold for a minute or two.

Guess we get bigger tubes for much lesser price if we know the right source and want t have a shoe sticking business https://cdn2.desidime.com/assets/textile-editor/icon_toungueout.gif

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If you want permanent fixing, araldite is the bhramastra

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