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08-28-2009, 01:25 PM
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they have equipment cleaning services in some places that are basically dry cleaning for your gear. If they have one of those in your area, try that.

Also sounds like you need to start cleaning up your house. Leaving food out and accessible is a great way to get mice.

I honestly would try taking them to a dry cleaner and seeing if they think dry cleaning is safe for it. Sounds like it's gotten pretty well soaked in the skate, I doubt just scrubbing would work at this point.

Actually, what are we dealing with here? Are we dealing with a modern composite skate that's made of impermeable materials other then the liner, or are we talking old fashioned nylon and leather skate? Because if it's a modern skate, I would try just unlacing them, flipping the tongue out and sticking them in the dishwasher, not that it sounds like you have or use one based on the mice...

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