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Shoe bite

Discussion in 'Health Issues' started by Induslady, Sep 19, 2005.

  1. Induslady

    Induslady Administrator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Message posted by LakshmiVinoth


    Hello Everyone!

    I am a new member to this site and its been pleasure to read previous postiongs posted by the existing members.

    I have a querry. I always face problem when it comes to new footwears. It really bites my feet and invariably, I tend to get nervous to wear new footwears [​IMG]. Is there any remedy for this?

    Regards

    Lakshmi Vinoth.
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  2. Induslady

    Induslady Administrator Staff Member IL Hall of Fame

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    Use coconut oil

    Message posted by Sunitha


    Hi Lakshmi,

    Welcome here........................

    You can use coconut oil.Just rub a little coconut oil on the inside of the shoe/sandal etc and leave it overnight.This allows the oil to really soften the shoe.You can wear your shoe the next day with removing the oil.

    Cheers[​IMG]
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    Remedy for a shoe bite

    Message posted by Priya Amarnath


    Hi Lakshmi

    Here is a small tip for shoe bite

    Apply little coconut oil on the shoe/chappal before using it, This coconut oil must be applied atleast 24hrs before using the chappal.

    Please try this tip and do let me know

    Regards
    priya
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  4. Lakshmivinoth

    Lakshmivinoth Junior IL'ite

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    Thanks Sunitha and Priya

    Dear Sunitha and Priya



    I thank you both for the suggestions. Surprisingly, you both have posted the same suggestions. So, definitely this will work out.


    Best Regards
    Lakshmi Vinoth
     
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  5. rohini

    rohini New IL'ite

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    It is a common problem!

    Lakshmi,

    Shoe bite is a common problem! I guess we ladies go through it more than the men, for we prefer buying a variets of shoes and sandals matching our dresses.

    I am not too sure about this application of coconut oil to the sandals. For I have heard that applying oil to leather would make it worn out soon.

    Alternatively, I would recommend you use cotton in the grippy areas whenever you use new shoes/sandals. Once you get used to it, you can get rid of the cotton. This is more safe and hygenic too.
     
  6. iyerviji

    iyerviji Finest Post Winner

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    Dear LakshmiVinoth

    I read your msge only today. For shoe bite u shoudl stick the bandaid on the chappal inside where it bites. I had the same problem and someone told me to do this and its working.

    viji

     

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