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Disinfecting Used Shoes


 I was very wary of buying used shoes. Wouldn’t even look at them. However, while thrifting with Ricks and friends in Atlanta, I found the cutest pair of Seychelles (retail between $70-$100) that I couldn’t pass up.

Ricks suggested I disinfect them. I had never thought of doing that before. I bought the shoes, immediately sanitized them with lysol, and let them sit for a few hours to dry. When I got home, I scoped out tutorials on how to clean them more. Check out the video below for more info on sanitizing your [new] used shoes.

Author: A. Reese

UMBC Assistant Professor. Black Feminist. Food justice advocate and researcher. Lover of color, ruffles, stripes, and pockets. Your kids' flyest professor.

4 thoughts on “Disinfecting Used Shoes

  1. These are adorable!…Love the blog 🙂


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  3. I really like what you guys are usually up too. Such clever work and coverage!

    Keep up the amazing works guys I’ve incorporated you guys to my blogroll.


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