Save the heels of your family's new shoes from running down by doing this tip: turn shoe upside down with bottom of heel facing you.
My husband tried this with my bowling shoes, it didnt work, now maybe we did it the wrong way, i dont know, i do know the soles did not stay on.
hi, you have to let them dry completely before wearing. Also, I have never tried them on bowling shoes as those shoes are used for a specific reason and I only did this on my good shoes that I didnt want to wear down from normal wear and tear, but as for bowling well I'm not so sure if that is a good idea for that and nor does my post recommend it specifically for bowling shoes. However, sorry it didnt work for you, but maybe it will work on a pair of shoes you may have that is not used for sports. Thanks for posting feedback
Hi I used some E6000 glue from the hardware store to save some worn soles that were coming undone, I will try this hot glue hint on my kids shoes , anything to make them last longer is good for me!!! thanks!
What a great tip. I am going to try it on a pair of soles that leave black marks every time I skid my heel on my white kitchen floor! Thanks.
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