Nicole made her own non-slip slippers with silicone caulking gel, she writes –
I loved the slippers I made (Pattern: Felted Clogs by Fiber Trends) the other day – they are nice and toasty and I see myself wearing them a lot. I was worried, however, of wearing through them too quickly. Mostly, however, I needed the bottoms to be waterproofed. I plan to wear these slippers on late-night emergencies that my job may have me responding to. And, sad as it is, there is more than a tiny chance that I may accidentally step in vomit. Naturally, I want to protect the bottom of my slippers from such a sad fate. In case you want to do the same, here’s how I did it:
Homemade non-slip slippers – Link.
2 thoughts on “Homemade non-slip slippers”
Silicon caulk is nice and flexible, but I’m a little concerned about how well it will hold up to the wear and tear (no pun intended) of slipper sole. My all time favorite durable, flexible waterproof gunk is Shoe Goo. Apparently the folks over at Cool Tools think so too.
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