How To Dry Wet Shoes After Rainy Day
There has been a lot rain lately so I wanted to post how I dry my shoes without them “BANGING AROUND” in the dryer.
1: Just Your Wet Shoes
2: A Dry Towel
3: Home Clothes Dryer
Collect Towel and Shoes at Dryer
My shoes wasn’t very dirty, but I didn’t want to ruin a “good towel” so I used one of my towels that had a lot of bleach stains. Using the dry towel helps absorb moisture inside of dryer while Drying Shoes.
Tie a Large Knot In Laces
Untie any knots currently in shoes and collect all 4 laces into one bundle. Then tie a Large Knot in the Bundle Of Strings at end of Laces. Thus Tying Both Shoes Together.
Close Door With Laces Pulled Through Door
Place Towel in Dryer. Then holding the Knot in Laces close the Dryer Door.
Dry For an Hour, But Check Every 15 to 20 Minutes
Drying times will vary, depending on different shoes and dryers, but having the towel in dryer, shoes should dry a little faster. I placed timer on 60 minutes, but I checked on them about every 20 min and it only took mine about 45 min to dry
Check To Make Shoes Are Dry
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