Some home remedies for shoes that squeak are paper towels and baby powder. Too much moisture can cause squeaks, so stuff the shoes with paper towels, and allow them to dry thoroughly. Or, pull out the inner sole, sprinkl... More »

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Boots and shoes often squeak when air or moisture gets trapped between the soles and insoles. This causes the two pieces to rub together and make a squeaking noise. More »

To stop shoes from squeaking, a person can sprinkle baby powder underneath or around the edges of the inner sole. To quiet leather shoes that squeak, he can apply leather conditioner or saddle soap to the shoes. More »

Boots and shoes often squeak when air or moisture gets trapped between the soles and insoles. This causes the two pieces to rub together and make a squeaking noise. More »

One way to stop shoes from squeaking is to apply baby powder: Lift the shoe's innersole, sprinkle the powder in and replace the sole. An alternate method is to apply hand cream to the space that is exposed after the inne... More »

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Some popular ways to deodorize shoes include washing them, sprinkling them with an odor-killing powder and freezing them. Smelly shoes can also be stuffed with newspaper. More »

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Some ways to prevent shoes from squeaking include sprinkling baby powder around or underneath the inner soles of the shoes, coating the exterior of the shoes with shoe conditioner, and using silicone spray on areas that ... More »

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