Shoes Life Hacks
In this post we selected very intelligent tips to help you keep your shoes always new and comfortable in any situation. Have a look and choose your favorite ones!
Making leather Shoes Bigger
If your leather shoes are too tight, put on a pair of thick socks and then use a hair dryer to soften the leather. The leather will and when you put them they will fit perfectly.
If your feet sweat too much, you can use a sanitary pad or a panty liner, like Carefree, as a shoe insole. This will absorb the humidity and help against bad feet odor.
Are the soles of your shoes slick? Do you keep slipping around like ice skating? Simply sand them with a fine sandpaper and your feet will stay where they should be!
Now if the problem is that your feet are slippery inside the shoes, try to apply a bit of hair spray on them. This will prevent your feet from slipping and you from falling down.
When your shoes get wet, simply put a lot of newspaper inside it. They will dry much faster and avoid that bad smell after they are dry.
Bad Smell Shoes
A sprinkling of baking soda on your shoes is a great way to get rid of the bad smell. Now, if you don’t want to have white powder on your feet you can put a bit of baking soda on a piece of tulle and place them inside your shoes overnight.
Bad Smell Shoes 2
You can also use tea bags as powerful odor and moisture absorbers. After making your tea, let the bags dry out and stick them into your shoes. Let them stay there overnight. Black tea is best, since it contains tannic acid, a powerful bacteria killer.
Clean and Shining Leather
White vinegar is perfect to clean leather shoes removing all of the stick dirty from them. Apart of this, the vinegar gives back the original shine of good leather.
To keep your boots in good condition, you can put a piece of a pool noodle into each of them. This will prevent the boots from bending and leaving wrinkles on the leather apart of letting your closet much more organized.
You can make your fabric shoes resistant to water using simple materials. Use a piece of bee wax or a paraffin wax candle and a hair dryer. Scrub the wax all over the shoes and then dry it with the hair dryer.