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15 Ways to Fix Your Shoe Problems
2015-11-29
Hitting the pavement in your cognac leather ankle booties on the reg can take a major toll on your favorite footwear. But a scuff here or loose stitch there shouldn’t go unaddressed because you don’t want to hoof it to the cobbler. Save yourself a pricey bill for the small stuff and keep your shoes in working order for years to come with these shoe hacks.
1. The Problem: Dingy, Stained Sneaker Soles
The fix: Bring those chunky platforms or white rubber soles back to a high-wattage white with a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser.
2. The Problem: Scuffed Suede Shoes
The fix: Eliminate an unsightly scuff by gently rubbing a never-used pencil eraser back and forth over the scuff until the spot disappears. The friction will make the dirt lift up and off the surface.
3. The Problem: Fix a Nicked Leather Shoe
The fix: Right the offending leather flap by applying a couple drops of Krazy Glue, lightly pressing the flap back in place with the tip of your fingernail, and filling in the edges with a matching felt-tip marker.
4. The Problem: Small Scuffs and Nicks on Black Leather Shoes
The fix: Get away with the lazy fix of a black felt-tip marker for the time being.
5. The Problem: Reattach a Shoe Sole
The fix: Keep a floppy sole from compromising your schedule before you can get to the shoe guy by using a wood skewer to evenly smear Shoe Goo in the compromised area, and using a workshop clip or clothespin for keeping it in place as it dries.
6. The Problem: Scuffed Patent-Leather Shoes
The fix: Use a cotton swab to rub petroleum jelly on the scuff until it disappears.
7. The Problem: Pinching Shoes
The fix: Make more room by placing a plastic sandwich bag in each shoe, fill it with water, and place it in the freezer overnight to stretch it out.
8. The Problem: Worse-for-Wear Suede Shoes
The fix: Give them a fresh look by letting bathroom steam loosen grime while you’re in the shower and then brush with a suede brush.
9. The Problem: Wet Leather Boots
The fix: Stuff the toes with newspaper and let sit overnight to dry out.
10. The Problem: Too-Tight Boot Shafts
The fix: Loosen up the calves of your boots by spritzing leather-stretching spray inside the boot shafts, stuff them with rolled-up newspapers until they’re tight, and let dry for a few days.
11. The Problem: Salt on Leather Shoes
The fix: Stop stains before they can form by wiping away salt with a damp rag and white vinegar.
12. The Problem: Exposed Heel Spikes
The fix: Stop further damage ‘til you can make it to the cobbler by slipping on heel caps.
13. The Problem: Slick Soles
The fix: Rough up the soles by scuffing them with a sheet of fine sandpaper.
14. The Problem: Fallen Shoe Studs
The fix: Reach for the Shoe Goo once again to reattach the fallen studs.
15. The Problem: Rubbing Straps or Heels
The fix: Cut a patch of Dr. Scholl’s Moleskin to fit the problem area on the shoe and apply to stop the rub.
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