How to Repair Shoe Damage with Super Glue

November 20, 2014 by Super Glue Corp Leave a reply »
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Super Glue for Heel

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At one point or another we’ve suffered from having damaged or broken shoes. What do you do when your heel breaks or when the rubber sole is separating from the rest of the shoe? Before tossing them, try Super Glue! Along with repairing furniture and other household items, Super Glue is strong enough to hold your shoes together and repair them for an increased lifespan.

 

Reattaching Your Sole

 

Step 1. Start by cleaning the area from any glue residue with alcohol and a cloth. Doing this step first will ensure that the sole adheres well.

 

Step 2. Apply Super Glue to the shoe and sole, and press them together firmly. Make sure to quickly wipe away any glue that is squeezed out.

 

Step 3. Put weight on top of the shoe so that the parts bond. You can use heavy objects you have around your house that fit inside your shoe and place them inside to apply the weight.

 

Reattaching Your Heel

 

Step 1. Super Glue works wonders in a high heel emergency as well. Prior to gluing, use some sandpaper on the heel and shoe to get rid of any glue residue.

 

Step 2. Apply Super Glue and make sure to take your time with aligning the heel properly. Super Glue dries very fast so don’t take too much time.

 

Step 3. Apply significant amount of pressure to hold the heel in place and let them dry for at least an hour before wearing to ensure proper bonding.

 

Super Glue can get you out of shoe emergencies when you have no shoe repair service near your home or office. It provides a strong bond that can leave your shoes looking as good as new! Show us your shoe repairs that you have done using super glue on our Facebook page.

 

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