How To Loosen Up Tight Flats Or Heels πŸ‘ πŸ‘‘ by Cindy Garcia - Musely
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How To Loosen Up Tight Flats Or Heels πŸ‘ πŸ‘‘

posted in Fashion
03/07/2016
  • There's only 4 things you'll need for this method of loosening up your flats or heels

-the flats or heels
-rubbing alcohol 
- a cotton ball
- socks (the thicker the better)
    There's only 4 things you'll need for this method of loosening up your flats or heels

    -the flats or heels
    -rubbing alcohol
    - a cotton ball
    - socks (the thicker the better)
  • Step 1. Soak the cotton ball in the rubbing alcohol. You're going to want to make sure the cotton ball is completely covered in it

  • Step 2: put on your socks before you do anything to your shoes. You could do it barefoot but ouch does it sting
    Step 2: put on your socks before you do anything to your shoes. You could do it barefoot but ouch does it sting
  • Step 3: Take the cotton ball that was soaked in the rubbing alcohol and swab it around the inside and the sides of where the shoe pinches  the top of your foot.
    Step 3: Take the cotton ball that was soaked in the rubbing alcohol and swab it around the inside and the sides of where the shoe pinches the top of your foot.
  • Step 4: put on the shoes and wait until the rubbing alcohol dries. After that the area that used to pinch or hurt your foot should have loosened up a bit. If your shoes still pinch you just repeat the process 1-2 more times.
    Step 4: put on the shoes and wait until the rubbing alcohol dries. After that the area that used to pinch or hurt your foot should have loosened up a bit. If your shoes still pinch you just repeat the process 1-2 more times.
  • I have used this to loosen up my flats and heels many times before and it works every time. This is an old trick my parents taught me when I was a little girl.

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