Best hacks for shoes or how to renovate and make old shoes more comfortable
Hey! If you’ve been thinking about changing your wardrobe or at least renovating some of your shoes, then this video with shoe hacks is right for you. We will share many DIY ideas for heels, boots, flip flops, and sneakers. Did you know that you can make boots look like you just bought them by restoring them with eggs? If you were wearing heels all day long and can’t feel your legs right now, here is an incredible hack to relax your feet. Froze a plastic bottle and use it instead of massage balls. You will learn an easy way to clean bootlaces. Just create a mix of lemonade and menthol candies and put them inside! Get two removable mop heads and stick them to your home flip flops. You will get a pair of fabulous shoes for easy floor washing 😉
00:30 – Glitter boots
01:03 – How to restore boots with eggs
01:34 – How to fix your kid’s boots
02:34 – Cool customizing of boring white sneakers
03:40 – Easy way to clean bootlaces
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