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How do you remove poison oak or ivy sap from boots?
Submitted by – Craig, Gresham, OR
A sticky problem, indeed. First off, try putting them in the freezer for a couple hours. Yup, that’s right. Once they’re nice and frozen, pull them out and scrape the sappy stuff gently off the leather with a butter knife. It should flake right off. If not try Goof Off, which is a sticky residue remover that works on just about anything. You’ll find it at any hardware store.