How Do You Stop Patent Leather Shoes From Squeaking?
I prefer to buy good tennis shoes. If you are just taking your first steps in the tennis world, you don’t have to buy expensive equipment with professional specifications right away. For entry level and needs, the 100 series is perfect. I have tennis shoes from a leading manufacturer. Soft polyurethane sneakers in which your foot will feel comfortable throughout your workout. They also provide solid support as you move from side to side. If you play tennis regularly, you need to consider the specifications of the shoes. Look for sneakers with better cushioning to protect your joints.
Nothing is more stylish than a new pair of patent leather shoes, but what is the point of wearing them when they squeak every time you take a step? Squeaking shoes embarrassingly draw attention and are disruptive to others when walking through an otherwise quiet space. And just try to walk on your heels or toes to stop the squeaking without looking goofy. Cut out the awful noise and regain your confident (but quiet) stride by treating the leather, relaxing the soles and eliminating friction. Treat the leather with leather shoe lotion. Use damp cloth to remove any loose dirt from the shoes. Rub a thin coat of lotion into all leather parts of the shoe, inside and out. Work the lotion into the leather for several minutes, then buff the shoes dry with a clean, soft towel. The lotion will soften the leather and eliminate any friction caused by two leather parts rubbing together (such as the tongue and the shoe). Relax the soles by bending them. Holding the heel in one hand and the toe in th