Wondering how some of you veteran drivers deal with mud on your boots when parking on a dirt lot? Shoe covers, something else, nothing? Thanks in advance.
How do you deal with mud on your boots getting in your truck?
Discussion in 'Questions From New Drivers' started by takamine98, Jan 26, 2023.
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takamine98 Bobtail Member
- Sep 7, 2022
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Judge Road Train Member
InTooDeep, austinmike, OldeSkool and 8 others Thank this.
- Mar 19, 2014
buddyd157 Road Train Member
- May 25, 2017
seriously, i had a brush, that i'd just do the best to get the stuff off.Crude Truckin', OLDSKOOLERnWV and takamine98 Thank this.
I usually use a particular blade on my pocket knife to scrape off the sides of the soles, and the heavy stuff off the bottom. I have a brush on the drivers step to get the little stuff….Crude Truckin', The Railsplitter, takamine98 and 3 others Thank this.
Driving shoes and outside shoes. Or no shoes, take them off as you get inbrysol01, ducnut, Coffey and 1 other person Thank this.
bonder45 Road Train Member
- Oct 2, 2011
No gross boots inside, they come off and go into a plastic bin.Long FLD, Coffey and The Railsplitter Thank this.
And here I thought that was just bug juice in the windshield cleaning bucket…. Lolbuddyd157 and The Railsplitter Thank this.
Val_Caldera Road Train Member
Why bother cleaning your Boots? I KNOW what a waste of time it is to do such since DRIVING is the agreement made when one became a DRIVER.
Just buy the cheapest you can find at Squal-Mart or some rat encrusted online vendor-broker (who speeka lettil inglis) and buy 6 pairs
(not-the-plastisteel-explode-a-toe) and when them wearin' boots get all gooed/muddied up, just get a new pair off of the passenger door floor and toss the mucked up ones, or sell 'em to someone in the parking lot.
Now if'n you're driving in Mud and Mucky stuff every day or night, then the "cleaning" suggestions of earlier posts are important.The Railsplitter Thanks this.
PacoTaco Medium Load Member
- Apr 16, 2016
Stomp on the snow or look for a small puddle to step in.Just passing by, buddyd157, tscottme and 2 others Thank this.
Arctic_fox Experienced mx13 execrator
Brush and if its especially bad air hose. I also have a cheap dollar store mat between my seats i drop my boots onto before i get into the sleeper and a spare pair of boots i use until the other pair is dry or clean enough for my likeing.Just passing by and The Railsplitter Thank this.
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