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Fixing scuffed shoes?
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Posted 18 December 2006 - 11:04 PM
Does anyone know of a DIY fix for scuffed shoes? I love pointy toe shoes, but apparently I am pretty clumsy because I always scuff up the toes within a month of buying them! In particular, all my black shoes are scuffed, revealing a grey color underneath. Is there some sort of polish or product I can use to make the grey look more black and less noticeable? For some reason, my brown shoes are not scuffed... I guess I just have bad luck with black shoes! lol
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Posted 18 December 2006 - 11:19 PM
A cobbler (hope I used the correct word) can fix your shoes and dye any colour fairly inexpensively. You might check out leather supply/alteration stores that can advise. Hope this helps.
Posted 19 December 2006 - 01:37 PM
my advice, if you really like the shoes find a good shoe repair! i've destroyed some of my favorite shoes trying to do at home fixes. cheaper in the long run to have them done by a pro, and not all that expensive either!
Posted 19 December 2006 - 01:48 PM
Shoe dye or sharpies
Posted 20 December 2006 - 03:16 PM
Sharpies, there is shoe polish too... Cobblers of course...
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