boot scraper

boot scraper

A horizontal metal plate set in a small frame, once located near the front steps of most buildings; used to scrape dirt or mud from the bottoms of shoes or boots before entering the building; common before the advent of paved streets.
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Tip BURY your broken spade handle-down into ground near your back door to use as a welly boot scraper.
Among her stranger gifts were a large wooden coffee grinder and bristle-brush boot scraper.
A stone boot scraper was stolen from outside a rear door.
WHERE can I find an old-fashioned boot scraper to keep by the front door?
Ordinary doormats simply can't handle serious muck, but you can clean out packed dirt from even the deepest boot treads with this boot scraper made from 2x4s.
Enter the boot scraper. Placed by the back porch, pasture gate or barn door, these handy devices will make quick work of the wet stuff on your Wellingtons.
The Import Speciality Products Group, recently acquired by Dan River, has transformed the coir mat into a boot scraper, available in a variety of sizes and three-dimensional animal shapes.
BOOTIFUL Cast iron boot scraper by Dibor, PS28, Not on the High
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Doormat and boot scraper, pounds 29, Greenfingers.com (see website or call
The Bosmere boot scraper features folding step plates at both sides which allow you to steady the scraper by standing on it with your free foot.
Cast iron boot scraper by Dibor, Not on the High Street