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sunning your shoe~

Discussion in 'Clothing & Footwear' started by malaysianfreak, Oct 18, 2010.

  1. malaysianfreak

    malaysianfreak Regular Member

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    what is the benefit of sunning your shoe?
     
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    Pro: Kills germs with UV ray from sunlight.
    Con: Rubber soles will dry out, rendering your shoes less 'grippy' on court. PU & leather lining will deteriorate/age quicker.
     
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    lol...no sunning then!
     
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    Just keep it in a well ventilated storage when not in play. Otherwise the bacteria will turn into fungus :p
     
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    lol! i just put outside i my shoe rack xD
     
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    well you can always keep bacteria in check by spraying it with shoe spray - Scholl shoe spray works wonders.
     

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