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I chased my 2 yr old son in damp grass and then just wiped the shoes off and kept going. The next time they never hurt my feet. Thank you all for your suggestions. I just have a question though I had my husband take my boots and after a little thought he cme up with the follwing method. It stretched the calves of my tall boots: Get small inflatable rubber balls, about 6 " or 10" depending upn the width of the boots.
After treating them very well, almost to the point of being wet with leather softener, insert the rubber balls as they fit into the areas needed to stretch, pump up slowly until the leather starts stretching, you will hear it and it is uniform all around as the ball gets tight in the boots.
Deflate the balls, recondition the boots and try them out. How do I stretch these new sneakers that come all the way up to the ankle and are causing me a friction burn on my ankle?
These are Easy Spirit sneakers - which fit well, but I don't know how to stretch only at the ankle area. Thanks for any suggestions. Many moons ago, I posted a tip here on Thriftyfun on how to stretch shoes.
This will work on your sneakers too. You can put a plastic bag in the sneaker and fill it with water. Seal it well, put it in the freezer. The water will expand and stretch out the ankle. I usually put a bigger sized container or like a shampoo , wine bottle or something that will be bigger to stretch the ankle part. If shoes are tight, get a bottle of body spray from the dollar store, and saturate the area of the shoe that is tight inside and out, then wear the shoes until they are dry.
This works on smooth leather and fake leather shoes. It also works on suede shoes, but may change the color or texture. You can also use alcohol, but the bath spray smells better. I have a hammer toe on one foot, and this works well for me. I spray the area over the toe, and shoes don't rub on it. Hope this is helpful to you. Put a bread bag inside the shoe, push it up into the toes and heel, then put the excess bag over the edges of the shoe.
Fill the bag with water and put into the freezer for 24 hours. This should stretch the shoes enough to be wearable. I have done this and it does work. This tip really works!! Some shoes and boots are tight on the sides of my feet. Put on a couple of pairs of heavy socks, so you can get your foot into the shoes or boots, they will be extremely tight.
Use a blow dryer, I use the high setting. I do it several minutes for each shoe. Take off the socks and put on the socks you want to wear. I purchased a pair of Dawgs rubber clogs, size 10 regular. Size 10W is too wide, but regular is a little too tight.
Anyone know of a way to stretch the width on these a little? By gayle from Rochester, NY. Rubber is difficult to stretch permanently-you could take the shoes to a shoe repair store and ask what can be done. I've had some very good results from my favorite shoe repair person who helps me with shoe modifications for my old ballet feet.
For a less aggressive approach: If you wear socks with them, try wearing two pair or thicker and much thicker socks. Put plastic bags inside the shoes, fill the bags with water and then freeze the whole thing, this seems to stretch the shoes enough to wear.
My wife has just bought a pair of suede boots, but they are too tight to get her foot in. They are the right size, she just cannot get her foot to slide in. Any ideas on how to stretch them in this area? I have purchased leather clogs on line from a manufacturer whose product I have worn for years. The medium is a bit too narrow and I know the wide would not work. I am not having much luck stretching them using all the suggested methods, stretching spray, heat, wooden stretcher, and socks!
Soak a pair of cotton socks in rubbing alcohol. Wear the wet socks, while wearing your shoes. Wear the socks and shoes, until the socks are dry! This should stretch your shoes!
I have extra large wooden shoe trees, but wonder if soaking the leather shoes in water? Or does someone have a better idea that worked? Before using water on leather shoes, I'd try heating with a hair dryer. I've put on a thick pair of socks and stuffed my feet into the shoes, warmed with a hair dryer, and walked around the house. Repeat a couple times and it does the trick for me. I have a pair of super cute riding boots. They are rubber and waterproof for those muddy days on the farm.
I bought them in the right size, in the late winter. Now that they've set in my room for a few months they feel a lot smaller. My feet have not grown, and I cannot wear them even just to walk around, my boots never felt so narrow.
The length is fine, I need to stretch the width at the toes. The boot toes are pointed to be able to catch the stirrups, and the boots overall are too big for the freezer! I don't actually ride horses, but those boots are great for anything wet and muddy!
Especially going out to feed the chickens, the puddles in the yard are huge and deep! ThriftyFun is one of the longest running frugal living communities on the Internet. These are archives of older discussions. Fitting shoes can be tricky. I used to use shoe stretch I got at the shoe repair store but I ran out. To get a new pair to fit just right, I applied regular rubbing alcohol to the pressure points inside and out and walked around as it dried.
Did it a couple of times. Mine were rough suede, try a little on a spot that is not seen to test other sorts of leathers. By Pam from L. Frugal Shoe Stretch This is good, Pam. My Dad swears by his years-old technique: Yes, getting them totally absolutely soaking wet, inside and out. He walks around in them whilst they dry. Can you imagine anything more uncomfortable? I much prefer your recommendation! Think will try that with an OLD pair, and I'm one that will not even wear a good pair if rainin.
Got to change my ways of thinking! I tried this a number of years ago. I believe I read it somewhere. It was on a pair of leather cowboy type shoes. I poured neatsfoot oil this is an oil that is used on the leather to soften new saddles inside the shoes, a tablespoon or so in each shoe and spread it around to coat the inner leather, then I put plastic bags on my feet over a pair of socks. I then walked around the house in the shoes.
I did this several days in a row. Magic Wrinkle Remover for clothes works by using the same directions as used to be listed on the back of the shoe stretch cans: You can find it in the laundry aisle of most stores, hanging out with or near the Downy wrinkle remover.
The Magic brand think Faultless spray starch is an aerosol can Downy isn't. Rose Anne, I too know your father's trick. Although uncomfortable, as the shoe, boot, etc. I use body spray from the dollar store to spray shoes inside and out, then wear until dry. Spray suede shoes inside only. I have a hammer toe on one foot, and shoes usually fit except over that toe. This works since the main ingredient is alcohol.
And your shoes smell good too. Add to Guide Ask a Question. Stretching Shoes and Boots Category Repairing. Tips Share a Tip Check out these tips or, if you have something to add to this guide, click to share your own tip! Comment Was this helpful? Stretching Shoes By shirley felts [21 Posts, 5 Comments] 1 found this helpful.
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