Seasons are changing and so are your shoes. Say goodbye to sandals, and hello to your boots! Adjust back into your autumn boots and flats with these ingenious shoe hacks from PureWow. Includes blister-proofing feet, stretching boots, and capping your heel tips with GoGo Heel among other tricks. Read full article.
BuzzFeed recently published a great article “21 Helpful Hacks That’ll Make Your Shoes More Comfortable” that included some really useful DIY tips for making your shoes more comfortable and last longer. Best part is all these hacks are very inexpensive to do! #BallOnABudget Here’s a summary of BuzzFeed’s Shoe Hacks: 1. Cover your flip flops […]
Friction Block (or Blister Block) are a feet’s best friend! It glides on like deodorant and creates an invisible barrier between your skin and shoes to prevent chafing & blisters. Simply apply over “problem areas” that rub against your shoe (i.e. back of your heel, ankles, top of your foot near straps, sides of your […]
Easy DIY shoe repair tricks for all shoes including high heels, boots, flats and sneakers. Try the following quick fixes for longer lasting shoes. 1. Fix Small Nicks 2. Repair Worn Heel Tips 3. Reattach Soles, Patch Holes/Cracks, Rebuild Heel 4. Fix Small Scuffs & Scratches 5. Stretch Shoes
SELF-FUSING BANDS are self-bonding, adhesive-free silicone strips used to attach the QUICK TIPS® Cap to your heel tip. When stretched and wrapped under tension, it permanently bonds to itself (and nothing else) in seconds. This convenient, ready to use band is residue free, extremely durable, and easy to apply/remove. FUN FACT: Self-Fusing silicone technology was […]
Once your heel tip wears down to the metal nail and you hear that irritating clicking sound, the best option is to visit a reputable shoe repair shop ASAP. However, this isn’t always feasible for many. With busy schedules, cost factor, and shoe repair shops becoming less accessible, it is no surprise that heel lovers […]
What’s that clicking sound? Heel tips protect your shoe heel and provide a nonslip grip. They are made of rubber or plastic material and generally attach to the heel with a metal nail. When the rubber or plastic part wears down, the metal nail becomes exposed and makes a loud clicking sound while walking. This […]