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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.

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By Rita A.

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June 3, 20152 found this helpful

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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March 30, 20161 found this helpful

FYI: a lot of "man-made" materials typically won't stretch very much, i.e.: plastic or "poly-type" materials.

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November 15, 20210 found this helpful

And if you try stretching shoes made of man-made materials you may end up separating the shoe portion (the top portion of the shoe) from the sole - and have NO shoe!

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