Sticky Tips

Any type of shoe abuse. Broken heels, well worn shoes, scuffed shoes, torn shoes, shoes run over by cars, shoes dragged on the ground, crinkled pointy toes, shoes sawed in half, shoes run over by cars, lost shoes, shoe trees, trample, crush, etc. Any other discussion or photos having to do with shoes, boots or other footwear, abused or not, is welcome.

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Sticky Tips

Post by 5kw4r3 » Mon May 07, 2018 11:24 am

Hey, I was wondering what substance would be the best for sticky messes. Preferably causing very sticky long strands when stepped on and trying to pull away.

In addition to materials, any clean up tips for the mentioned material as well?


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Re: Sticky Tips

Post by Scuffy » Sat May 26, 2018 9:19 pm

Teriyaki Sauce or sweet Magic sauce. Sticky, goowiee.

There is also honey but that is too expensive and too good to waste. If you use honey, you have to lick it clean off the shoes. Don't let it go to waste. LOL

You can use 100% pure maple syrup but that is also very expensive and too good to waste also. If you do use pure maple syrup, then put the shoe over the pancake, and use it to eat the pancake. Ether eat the pancake from the shoes like a plate, or use the heels like a fork to pick up pieces of the pancake.

Molasses also works. Or cheap pancake syrup.

Lots of gum.

Some also use rat traps but that's been over done. Pretty boring now.

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