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DASHKATH Posts: 861
8/23/13 5:21 A

Stuffing them with newspaper is best. We do this for our kids shoes all the time. Works like a charm.

CHEETARA79 SparkPoints: (81,084)
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8/22/13 2:28 P

Suspend a box fan facing upwards between two chairs (make it like a bridge between 2 chairs). Remove laces from sneakers and put sneakers top down on top of the fan then turn the fan on. That should speed up the drying.

SIMONEKP Posts: 2,581
8/22/13 1:59 P

they will get stiff and smelly. air drying is best

ZORBS13 SparkPoints: (113,241)
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8/22/13 1:39 P

stuff them full of newspaper and dry in front of a cool air vent. The heat will destroy the foam and rubber.

also..might be a good idea to invest in a 2nd pair of shoes to alternate.

SPARK_COACH_JEN Posts: 57,709
8/22/13 1:39 P

I wouldn't put them in the dryer. Try stuffing them with newspaper which will help absorb the moisture.

Coach Jen

PINKPANTHER444 Posts: 892
8/22/13 1:26 P

I got caught in a huge thunderstorm while running today and my sneakers are soaked. I'm afraid they won't dry before tomorrow. It's too humid to air dry outside. Can I dry them in the dryer without causing damage?

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