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Any tips on stretching a pair of shoes?

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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
As title says but they are high heeled sandles thought you brainy peeps might have some cunning ideas on stretching them wider till I'm drunk enough not to feel the pain any more

Thanks in advance and also Mwah xx
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8y, 4m agoPosted 8 years, 4 months ago
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#1
have heard that stuffing them tightly with wet newspaper and letting dry naturally is supposed to help..........cant say Ive tried it though.

just found this tip

Put a sealed bag of water in both of your shoes. Put your shoes in the freezer and let them sit overnight. The water in the bag will turn to ice and expand, therefore explanding your shoes!
#2
[COLOR="Purple"]yep..
damp news paper!![/COLOR]
banned 1 Like #3
try rubbing a bar of soap it softens the leather so my mum tells me
old wifes tale but it works
#4
Ahh dont have any newspaper

Ice thing an idea but worried about ruining shoes?
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1 Like #6
You can get Kiwi Shoe Stretch from any good shoe shop or try rubbing alcohol

http://www.pediwear.co.uk/detail.php?stock_ID=631
#7
bitseylango


Thanks may try the heating up and thick socks Rep given x
#8
if they are leather wear 'em in the bath then walk around the house in 'em when wet. Its how my dad used to break in his police boots
#9
jennybubbles
if they are leather wear 'em in the bath


LOL:-D
#10
That would be really kinky as they are sparkly black high heeled sandals...!!
#11
What about putting them in a vice???
#12
roll average pieces of paper tightley and keep forcing them into your shoe with blunt object until as tight as poss then leave a couple of days,this could mean stayng in if no more shoes to wear
#13
i heard vaceline is good to strecth leather?! Never tried it though!

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