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Portable footwear cleaner










Image Number 4 for United States Patent #5345641.

A device for cleaning soiled footwear with a contoured brush attached to a base section made of flexible carpet or the like, the brush member having one end with affixed bristles pointing upwardly and outwardly for cleaning the instep portions of soiled footwear and having an opposite end comprising an integrally formed U-shaped recessed opening with an overhanging lip used as a boot-jack or footwear remover, allowing the user to clean and remove soiled shoes or boots and change into different footwear and providing the user with a flat, clean surface upon which to stand during this operation.








 
 
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