Stop Squeaky Tennis Shoes with WD-40

How to stop a tennis shoe (sneaker) from squeaking:

Step 1: remove the insole from the shoe.

Step 2: spray lubricant (WD-40) on the problem area.

Step 3: replace the insole.

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Source: Trial and Error! I tried other lubricants, but WD-40 worked perfectly and stopped the squeak immediately.

July 8, 20090 found this helpful
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WD-40 really works. I had a squeaky New Balance 608, left shoe, and a small amount of WD-40 sprayed on insole did the trick.

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October 8, 20100 found this helpful

WD 40 is pure magic, my shoes were a month old and I was so close to buying new ones but then I tried this trick and it worked immediately. WD 40 is Gods liquid tool of choice

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