I love these simple ideas on how to use the cleaning muddy boots tool
The cleaning muddy boots tool is light weight and portable. And it is much easier than using a screw driver, butter knife, tooth pick, nail or a stick to name some of the implements that have been used over the years. Much simpler than banging the boots together, washing them in the shower or removing the dirt with your fingers.
The cleaning muddy boots tool can be carried on the outside of your backpack or day pack and when the mud has clogged up your tread you can grab the cleaning muddy boots tool and clean the mud from your tread without removing your boots. This ensures you will always have excellent grip. Also at the end of the day you can clean the majority of the mud off before going into your tent or going indoors or climbing into the car.
Do you play a sport where your boots get very muddy and the studs are useless because there is too much mud between them? When there is a break in play and the drinks come out, make sure the cleaning muddy boots tool comes out also so that you can clean your boots and then the studs can do what they are meant to do. Keep a cleaning muddy boots tool in your kit so that you can clean your boots at the end of the match before going to the change rooms. This will also help to keep the club rooms clean.
Work in a job that is always muddy like on a building site? Then the cleaning muddy boots tool should be in your tool kit so that you can keep your tread clear and keep yourself safe by always having good grip on the slippery building site.
Run a PE department and had enough of mud in the change rooms? Then have a number of these cleaning muddy boots tools hanging on a rail on the edge of the field so that the players can clean their boots before they get anywhere near the change rooms.
Does ice on the bottom of your ski boots make it hard to put your skis on? Then scrape the ice off with the cleaning muddy boots tool.