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If you’re lucky enough to live in a house with a “mud room,” you can remove your shoes and grime before entering the house proper. And if you don’t live in a house with a mud room, the chief cleaner of that house will bless you for shedding the mud from your shoes before coming inside.  This boot brush will help you do just that, and its great design doesn’t require you to bolt it down.

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Just step on a horseshoe with the other foot, and clean away the mud. Birdwell’s boot cleaners come in two varieties: the Outlaw pictured above, and the Desperado, which replaces the bottom brush with a metal scraper.

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Unfortunately, I can’t find pricing on it — you might have to call Birdwell directly.

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Outlaw And Desperado Boot Brushes [Birdwell] (PDF page 81)


2 Responses to Boot Brush

  1. jeff says:

    That’s just screaming for a remake. 4 horse shoes, a small piece of plate steel, and 3 brushes.

  2. I went to instructables.com to post a link to my Homemade Boot Brush Instructable, and I found out it’s a featured Instructable! WooHoo!

    Check it out:

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