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Randito
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Randito
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PostFri Feb 11, 2022 10:07 pm 
I use this for my ski boots and gloves



https://www.amazon.com/DryGuy-Forced-Boot-Dryer-Garment/dp/B010A5J5FU/

It has a three hour timer,  so it doesn't run all night.   Seems to do the job even after skiing in the rain until soaked.

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PostMon Feb 28, 2022 10:49 am 
I think I bought my Peet dryer in 1984 and it still is working well.  It'll probably get plugged in today and put to work.

I've used it on work boots, winter work boots, ski boots, shoes and have stuck gloves on it to dry.

I have a dryer that has two iron like things hooked to the power cord.  It runs hotter than the Peet which made a coworker quite happy after his office flooded and his boots were saturated.  He dried them with it.

Got another one of the same design that I carry in my trailer.  It takes quite a while to dry saturated shoes.

People have given me the last two dryers.

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