10 DIY TRICKS FOR YOUR SHOES

Why dispose your shoes with one little issue or the other when there are Do-it-yourself (DIY) tricks you can use to make those issues disappear. Remember that shoes are for comfort.

Are you sad that you can’t rock a shoe gifted to you because they are too small? Or your shoes give your feet blisters? Worry no more, the shoe hipster is here to bear all your burdens.

Let me take you quickly through the 10 DIY TRICKS FOR YOUR SHOES.

1. Make your shoes waterproof. Wax the cloth shoes like a toms or an espadrille. Use a hairdryer to heat the wax in.

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2. Shoes too tight? Here is a simple DIY trick for you. Stretch the shoes by putting on a thick socks, put on the tight shoes too. Get a hairdryer and apply the heat from the hairdryer on your legs for few minutes. Keep the shoes and socks on while they cool off. Take off them off and alas! Your shoes will be a little looser.

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3. Another trick to keep your feet where they should be (in your shoes). Spray your feet with hairspray before putting on your shoes.

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4. Urgghh! My shoes stink! Put some tea bags in the shoes and store away. The tea bag will absorb the awful odor.

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5. Do your feet slip out of your shoes? Use heel grips to stop them from slipping out.

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6. Expand that tight shoes with this shoe stretcher. This tools are revolutionary, especially for those whose foot are wide. Put the stretcher in the tight shoes for few days and voila! Your shoes are wider.

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7. Suffering from feet blisters, wash your feet in some tea

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8. For better friction on your shoe soles, rub sandpaper on the soles of your shoes

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9. For high heel pains, tape your 3rd and 4th toes together for redistribution of the pressure

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10. Use Denim to patch up torn heel linings

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7 comments

      • Yes it does
        It helps to dry out the moist in the shoe due to the long hours of your legs being in it. Especially for those with sweaty palm and feet. It’s good. Putting some talc powder would also do.

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