I’ve been repairing shoes for more than two decades.
And I’ve never met a customer who wanted to return a pair.
I was just curious: What are some of the biggest challenges I faced with shoes?
Here are some common ones I’ve seen and the solutions I’ve used:1.
Shoe laces can wear out in a hurry.
A pair of shoe laces is one of the first things you buy.
But as you go through the steps to get the laces in place, you may be tempted to put them back in a bag.
This can lead to the shoe getting lubed up too much and then you can have trouble removing the lubing.
The solution is to remove the lacing by hand.2.
Shoes get very wet in the shower.
Shoes are made of a very soft material called vulcanized leather.
In order to properly lubricate a pair of shoes, you need to soak the lugs with water for at least three minutes, followed by washing the lubes off.
This prevents the lube from soaking in the shoes.3.
Shoes are not very comfortable.
Even with the best-fitting laces, you can wear them for a while, even months, without getting comfortable.
In fact, I’ve heard people say, “I can’t wear my shoes for two years because they just don’t fit.”
But I’ve always heard from people who’ve returned their shoes that the lumbar support in their shoes is just as important as the lubrication.4.
Shoes break during an event.
A shoe is a piece of equipment that sits on your feet.
You can’t just throw it away and start all over again.
Shoes need a place to sit, and that place needs to be right next to your feet when you walk.
That’s why it’s so important to get your shoes in good shape.
Here are a few tips to make your shoes more comfortable:1) Wear a pair that fits your feet well.
The perfect shoe for a woman who wears a size 4 or larger may be too big for a size 5 or 6, but it’s not too big either.
If you are wearing a size 6 or 6.5, you probably need to get a size 8 or 8.5.2) Have your shoes professionally cleaned by a professional.
This is a time-consuming process, but you don’t have to do anything to your shoes.
In addition to wearing a pair with proper laces and lacing, clean them thoroughly with soap and water and dry them with a soft cloth.3) Wear the shoes that are being worn with.
This means that you wear the shoe that is being used in a certain position during a specific time of day, and you use the shoe the same way.
A shoe can only be worn one way.4) If your shoes don’t feel right, ask a friend to help you with the process.
A friend may be able to help, but she can also make suggestions.5) Keep the shoes dry with a towel and a small, flat cloth.
It can feel like your shoes are being stretched and you don’ want to have to take them apart just to change the lenses.6) Make sure that the shoes are in good condition.
There are many products out there that will help you repair your shoes, but if your shoes look like they’re just a little worn down, or if they feel worn out, it may be a good idea to replace them.7) Avoid lube and water.
If your lubes are dry and the lubs are wet, you will need to wear them with lubes.
The lube will be slippery and it will be hard to get into your shoes and lub up.
If lube isn’t available, use water.8) Check out this shoe repair video: