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10-11-2011, 02:16 PM
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Protectoe (brush on skate toe protector)

Does anyone have any Bauer Protectoe, A&R Toegard, or any other similar product in black color, that is still in usable condition, but you no longer use? I have been looking online and ever place charges more to ship the stuff ($10 on average) than the product costs, which is only $7.99 for a full 4oz. (120ml) bottle. It wouldn't cost that much to ship 4oz., let alone one that is partially full.
I know a lot of people no longer have any use for this product due to more modern skates having plastic toe caps. So if you no longer need this product I would greatly appreciate your help. I can cover the shipping costs of course.
Thank you,
Brian

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Somebody has to have some laying around that they do not want. I will cover shipping for this of course. Thank you.

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Believe it or not, I have some of this stuff. A few years ago I found some while cleaning my garage. I must have purchased it 10+ years ago. If I remember right, the canister was not in good shape. That stuff was so messy to use, it got all over the place and it wouldn't screw down properly.

But to be honest, epoxy or something equivalent would likely work better.

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I'm pretty sure my local Canadian Tire still has this stuff for sale.

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