How can I fix my slippery shoes?


Slippery shoes can be dangerous, or at the very least annoying. To make them less slippery, try scratching up the surface with sand paper, or by walking on gravel. There are also anti-slip sprays that can be applied to the bottom of the shoe. If there is a pair of particularly slippery shoes, they can be brought to a shoe repairer for adjustments.
Q&A Related to "How can I fix my slippery shoes?"
1. Hold the shoe with the rubber sole facing toward you. 2. Using a sandpaper square, begin to wear down the treads of the shoe, starting at the toe area and gradually working your
Well, yes, there is the sandpaper trick, so you could try that. If you don't have sandpaper, just scrape the part you walk on over some concrete a few times, that will rough it up
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