When I first saw this I said to myself, is this a new trend or what?
I had no idea something like this could come out of it. It’s so smart!
The idea of tapping your toes will help you with “breaking” the new shoes quickly. You know how new shoes can open up a blister on your toes or ankles. That hurts very much and could make you wimp.
With this, you’ll go down the street with confidence preventing the possibility of blisters and other wounds.
I found 13 more tips and tricks for you to soothe blisters, make the new shoe fit and keep them looking like brand new.
Are you ready?
- Restore whiteness by rubbing toothpaste on your old shoes
- Clean leather by rubbing alcohol on them
- Baking soda gives a new and fresh smell to your sneakers
- Scratches will be long gone if you use a nail file
- Get rid of bad smells by soaking up your shoes in a vinegar solution
- Petroleum jelly makes your patent leather shine bright like a diamond
- Use cornmeal to absorb stains
- Using a hairdryer on your new shoes will stretch them out. Put thick socks on them and get the heat on
- Loosen too tight shoes in the freezer – Fill up plastic bags with water and place them in your shoes. They will expand in the fridge and stretch your shoes ideally
- Rubbing on the soles means never slipping again!
- Beeswax makes the canvas shoes waterproof
- Soak up your feet in tea. The anti-inflammatory properties of the tea will soothe the blisters.
Don’t forget to share these fantastic tips with your friends.