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Boot Carpet


boot carpet
    carpet
  • form a carpet-like cover (over)
  • cover completely, as if with a carpet; "flowers carpeted the meadows"
  • A large rug, typically an oriental one
  • rug: floor covering consisting of a piece of thick heavy fabric (usually with nap or pile)
  • A thick or soft expanse or layer of something
  • A floor or stair covering made from thick woven fabric, typically shaped to fit a particular room
    boot
  • A clamp placed by the police on the wheel of an illegally parked vehicle to make it immobile
  • cause to load (an operating system) and start the initial processes; "boot your computer"
  • footwear that covers the whole foot and lower leg
  • A sturdy item of footwear covering the foot, the ankle, and sometimes the leg below the knee
  • kick; give a boot to
  • A covering or sheath to protect a mechanical connection, as on a gearshift
boot carpet - Waterhog Classic
Waterhog Classic Door Mat, 3' x 5', Ships Free, Charcoal Color hides dirt
Waterhog Classic Door Mat, 3' x 5', Ships Free, Charcoal Color hides dirt
You're looking at the original Waterhog mat: This door mat is our top seller, winning customers with its rubber-reinforced face nubs and crush-proof waffle design. Its exclusive raised-rubber "water-dam" border traps dirt and water, keeping them off carpets and floors. Perfect for most applications inside or out, the Waterhog works double duty, absorbing water while scraping shoes.The fabric face of the Waterhog door mat is 100% polypropylene -- a fast drying fabric that won't rot or fade. Waterhog mats are also anti-static and can withstand a maximum voltage of 1.6K. The Waterhog door mat meets IBM's standard for electrical resistance, making them safe for use in computer rooms and around electronic equipment. Pile height is 1/4". Face Weight is 24 oz/sy.Many other sizes available at my StopDirt.com website.

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Boots
Boots
I clearly need to get out more: when I was in my 'teens, I was a member of the Air Cadets. Had lots of fun, etc etc, yada yada, but one thing which stuck in my memory was the process of polishing a pair of boots or shoes until they gleamed like nothing you'd ever seen - toecaps you could see your face in, constructed from a delicately-applied sheen of shoe polish - were de rigeur as I ambled my way up the ranks in a heady haze of drill preparations, the occasional muddy (and rainy) nitex, and lots of bollockings. I digress... Mrs Greyhead managed to harness some of this enthusiasm for polished, shiny footwear by roping me in to ensuring her shockingly expensive (but very well-made) boots were waterproofed against the potential hazards one's boots might encounter whilst walking up the high street of Kingston upon Thames. Ok, nothing too much to worry about, but still, they needed a polish. So, to a backdrop of The Girl With The Pearl Earring (better than The Girl Who Played With Fire by every conceivable metric you can imagine), I found myself buffing and polishing, while Mrs Greyhead had an early night. I'm not convinced I got the best deal here...
Right foot, polished boot, carpeted Glasgow pub
Right foot, polished boot, carpeted Glasgow pub
I'd like to think this might have been taken within a foot (ahem) of where the original inspirational snap was taken.

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