Here is my step by step tutorial on how to replace the Stacked Leather Heel Cover on a pair of boots. I did this DIY more than two years ago, and they have held up beautifully.
I hope this post was helpful to you. If you have any questions, tips, or advice, please feel free to comment below. Have a great day!
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Leather Cleaning & Conditioning Supplies – https://www.clarksusa.com/c/Leather-Kit-II/p/261312590000
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When do you use the E6000 glue in replacing the stacked leather? I can’t find in your tutorial where you use it. Are you saying E6000 is good in general for other shoe repair, but not this specific tutorial for replacing stacked leather? Thanks!
I’m sorry for the confusion. The E6000 is what I use if parts of the sole are coming off of the shoe or heel. For the actual, tutorial, it isn’t needed. Please let me know if you have any other questions.