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V12 Footwear MukGuard

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MukGuard is a new, innovative, reusable overshoe. It’s been created for professionals who regularly enter customers’ properties through the course of their work. Perfect for DIYers and gardeners as well, MukGuard keeps floors protected from dirty boots and shoes. MukGuard is reusable, washable and offers excellent grip as well as abrasion resistance. With an integral pull loop it’s easy to get on and off whilst the carabiner ensures that MukGuard remains paired and can always be easily located.cv

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  • Value For Money is rated at a 3/5 for V12 Footwear MukGuard :

  • Overall is rated at a 4/5 for V12 Footwear MukGuard :

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Review for V12 Footwear MukGuard by Get Home Improvements
29th September 2020

From the off, I’ve not used them but my neighbours a plumber who has them. I’ve used something similar to them and I think they’re better than the “clown shoes” or plastic throw away ones you have to wear when on clients sites. I think they’re decent and of good build but he’s used them more than me and has been through a few pairs. He thinks they do wear through a bit quick and sometimes it’s easier to take his boots off unless he’s trapesing in and out of the clients house. It’s one of those things, it’s a marmite product, either you like it or you don’t but at £20 a pop, up to you...

From the off, I’ve not used them but my neighbours a plumber who has them. I’ve used something similar to them and I think they’re better than the “clown shoes” or plastic throw away ones you have to wear when on clients sites.

I think they’re decent and of good build but he’s used them more than me and has been through a few pairs. He thinks they do wear through a bit quick and sometimes it’s easier to take his boots off unless he’s trapesing in and out of the clients house.

It’s one of those things, it’s a marmite product, either you like it or you don’t but at £20 a pop, up to you...


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Review for V12 Footwear MukGuard by M. Cox Electrical
3rd February 2020

A handy bit of bit to keep in the van, useful when you have muddy boots or have stood in dog sh*t and not wanting to walk it around someones house. Mine are still going strong and I wear them most days and also have lasted a coupe of trips in the washing machine.

A handy bit of bit to keep in the van, useful when you have muddy boots or have stood in dog sh*t and not wanting to walk it around someones house.

Mine are still going strong and I wear them most days and also have lasted a coupe of trips in the washing machine.


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Review for V12 Footwear MukGuard by Rapidz services
8th February 2019

Bought these from Amazon Good quality easy to use and clean. Slightly expensive but i guess you pay for a good quality item.

Bought these from Amazon
Good quality easy to use and clean.
Slightly expensive but i guess you pay for a good quality item.


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Review for V12 Footwear MukGuard by Marc Whitley Painting & Decorating Services
8th February 2019

These are incredibly handy to keep in the van, Especially if I’m quoting on my way home. They seem quite expensive but when you realise how long they will last against the dreaded disposable ones it’s worth the extra. I find they fit perfectly and give a good impression on potential customers. Since using them every customer has mention how more professional they are/look against the disposable versions. Would highly recommend.

These are incredibly handy to keep in the van, Especially if I’m quoting on my way home. They seem quite expensive but when you realise how long they will last against the dreaded disposable ones it’s worth the extra. I find they fit perfectly and give a good impression on potential customers. Since using them every customer has mention how more professional they are/look against the disposable versions. Would highly recommend.


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Review for V12 Footwear MukGuard by Bitz 'n' PC'z Ltd
14th February 2018

Quite expensive for what they are, but they do the job perfectly. I don't like using the disposable ones as they're not environmentally friendly and these solve that issue. Great for wet environments, but I wouldn't use on muddy boots.

Quite expensive for what they are, but they do the job perfectly. I don't like using the disposable ones as they're not environmentally friendly and these solve that issue. Great for wet environments, but I wouldn't use on muddy boots.


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Review for V12 Footwear MukGuard by Heather Contracts Limited
30th December 2017

I purchased these from Toolstation for £20. I really like the idea of them. I wear Scruff boots size 10. I order the size 9-10 cover for this reason. When I went to use them on a dirty boot they wear to small. Unfortunatley, cause they got dirty I was unable to return them. Not impressed!

I purchased these from Toolstation for £20. I really like the idea of them. I wear Scruff boots size 10. I order the size 9-10 cover for this reason. When I went to use them on a dirty boot they wear to small. Unfortunatley, cause they got dirty I was unable to return them. Not impressed!


22nd January 2018

Hi. I'm Terry Burgin of Terry Burgin Plumbing and Heating Engineer. I'm a member of Expert Trades, and today I'm doing a Tool Talk review.
Today, I'll be reviewing the MukGuard Overshoes. The reason I have these is I used to use the overshoes that you'd get out of a little box, and they were disposable ones. You can never take them off if you're going in and out, so you were constantly going through, if you were in and out of the house a lot, you're constantly going through a lot of overshoes. These, I think they're about £20. So you just take them off, take them on as you're in and out the house. Stop your mucky shoes getting over their house, and they're pretty good.
They're washable as well, so if they do get a bit dirty, chuck them in the wash at home and then out again nice and clean. I found these in Toolstation of all places. They, I say, I think they're about £20. I've had them for about a year now, and they don't look, there's a couple of little frayed threads which you'd expect, they don't look like they've had a lot of wear and tear. They're quite hard wearing. I'd say I use them every day to go in people's houses and, say, if they just get a little bit dirty, chuck them in the wash. Lovely and clean again, good to go. I'm Terry Burgin, and I recommend the MukGuard overshoes.


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