Women Now Tape Their Middle Toes Together, And You’ll Want To See The Reason Why

We all love to get a new pair of the latest shoes in town, but getting into them a times  can be sheer agony. Most shoe nowadays wear easily  and it’s not long before they start to stink , covered in scratches, and not fit to be seen in public.

But it doesn’t have to be that way!

If you struggle with wearing high heels tips like #12 are definitely worth checking out. I know I’m definitely going to give it a shot

#1. Restore whiteness by rubbing toothpaste on your old shoes.

It doesn’t just whiten your teeth.

#2. Clean leather with rubbing alcohol.

You won’t believe how dirty they were.

#3. Freshen up your sneakers with baking soda.

It will give them that “brand new” smell once more.

#4. Use a nail file to banish scratches.

They buff right out in no time.

#5. Soak in a vinegar solution to get rid of bad smells.

A long soak in a solution of water and vinegar refreshes even the stinkiest kicks.

#6. Shine patent leather with petroleum jelly.

They’ll gleam like diamonds.

#7. Use cornmeal to absorb suede stains.

Water stain? What water stain?

#8. Use a hair dryer to stretch out new shoes.

Don some woolly socks and “dry” your shoes to help form the leather to your feet.

#9. Loosen too-tight shoes in the freezer.

Fill plastic bags with water and place them in your shoes. They will expand in the freezer, stretching your shoes to the ideal size.

#10. Rub sandpaper on soles

You’ll never slip and fall again!

#11. Gel deodorant helps prevent blisters.

It prevents the rubbing and chafing that can cause blisters. Plus it smells nice!

#12. Wearing heels? Tape your toes together.

It’s a nice trick to prevent foot pain.

#13. Waterproof canvas shoes with beeswax.

Even the flimsiest shoes become leak proof.

#14. Soak feet in tea to soothe blisters.

The anti-inflammatory properties in tea work magic on your footsies too.


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