Homemade Liquid Shoe Stretch

Leather shoes can often be stretched using a liquid shoe stretch product. You can save money by making your own with products you probably have around the house. This is a guide about homemade liquid shoe stretch.

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Question: Homemade Shoe Stretcher Spray

How do I make shoe stretching spray?

By gadson

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By Linda Jones 13 88 Flag

February 16, 2012

1/3 rubbing alcohol to 2 parts water. Put into a spray bottle. Spray then wear shoes as they dry.

This is what is in the expensive sprays.

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Question: Homemade Liquid Shoe Stretch

By joe 1

How do I make shoe stretcher spray?

By Joe from NY

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By Tizzette 1 Flag

December 21, 2010

Use body lotion. I have had good luck using body lotion or hand lotion to rub into the inside of the shoe where it needs to be stretched, then wearing it. Wearing thicker socks also helps. I have a two way shoe stretcher which works well for length and width but if the shoe is tight in the vamp/instep, the shoe stretcher doesn't work there. So I just work a liberal amount of lotion inside the shoe all around the whole area that is tight. The shoe stretcher does not widen the toe or raise the toe either, so I dampen a wad of tissue, wedge it in just right, and then force it with the shoe stretcher for a day or two to dry.

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Question: Recipe for Homemade Liquid Shoe Stretch

By Carrie D. 1

How do I make homemade liquid shoe stretch?

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By Julia in UK 10 71 Flag

June 22, 2014

Dampen a bar of soap with water, rub it on the inside of the shoe, then put the shoe on your foot. Repeat as necessary until the shoe has stretched enough.

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Question: Homemade Shoe Stretcher

By klingo 2 4

What can be used to stretch out fabric/non-leather tennis shoes without staining them?

By KB from Indianapolis, IN

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By Nick V. 1 Flag

September 25, 2015

Fabric won't stretch, you'll end up thinning the fibers and getting holes. A synthetic leather shoe or a leather shoe can be stretched with a broom handle and elbow grease

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Question: Stretching Non-leather Shoes

Do these homemade solutions work on non-leather shoes? I bought a pair for a wedding that have a satin finish on the outside and man-made material inside.

By Rita A.

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By Luna Rose S. 3 Flag

June 3, 2015

70% rubbing alcohol 1/4 cup

glycerine 1 tbsp

liquid softener 1cap full

water 2 cups warm

* mix all ingredients in a spray bottle while waters still warm stay problem areas on shoe while wearing or stuff shoe with a white sock and spray. let dry, repeat as needed til you achieve comfort.

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