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Slippery New Shoes

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To keep new shoes from being too slippery take sandpaper and rough up the bottoms. If you don't have sandpaper rub them against rocks, bricks, or concrete.

By Ronda

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February 19, 20050 found this helpful

This is a great tip! I always do this especially with dress shoes or when I'm a bridesmaid (last thing you need is to slip on the dance floor in front of everybody!).

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