Here’s a Better Way to Dry Wet Sneakers

Simple Solution:

When sneakers and running shoes get wet, tossing them into a clothes dryer makes a huge racket and the intense heat can ruin the shoes by melting adhesives, damaging leather parts, and rupturing air-cushion pockets.

Here’s a better, quieter way to dry wet shoes: Bend a small S-shaped hook from a wire clothes hanger and hang the shoes from the grille of a window fan. Set the fan on low or medium speed and let the shoes air dry for about an hour.

And be sure to remove the inner sole for faster drying.

Listen to the embedded audio clip above to learn more about this Simple Solution!
Read the blog from the Nov. 17 Today’s Homeowner Radio Show and listen to the full broadcast here

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