Can Anyone Find a Video Or Picture of How to Put Hot Topic Shoelaces on Your Sneakers?

wat?!? just put them in like u put in regular shoelaces

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1. ever used shoelaces or strings to tie a ponytail ?

yes i have used it before to give extra support

2. How do you tie your shoelaces?

I was taught as a kid... The Rabbit comes out of the hole, round the tree and back down the hole Or does the tree run around the rabbit Or are there two holes, an entrance and an exit? I can not remember...that's what I have servants for

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3. Who invented shoelaces and how to tie them?

Who Invented The Shoe

4. Where can I buy patterned shoelaces?

Journey's!

5. How to Clean White Shoelaces

Nothing can detract from the appearance of your shoes quite like dingy, dirty laces. Your laces may drag on the ground, getting grungier than the rest of the shoe, and the porous fabric of white laces makes them show dirt more quickly. Fortunately, you can clean your white laces in the washing machine or by hand and have them looking bright and fresh again. If you have a washing machine handy and your white laces are made of cotton or another washable material, you can take a lot of the extra work out of cleaning them. You can even throw the laces in with a load of other wash to make the process part of your regular laundry routine. How to Wash Tennis Shoes by Hand and in the Washing Machine If you do not have a full load of laundry to do or want to have a bit more control over the washing of the laces, you can also wash them by hand. This is a little more labor intensive, but it's still a good way to get them clean and bright. If the laces are especially dirty or stained yellow, a simple stain treatment and a weak bleach solution may not suffice to get them looking new again. Instead, you will need to give them a good soak in stronger bleach water, which Clorox reports is safe for this purpose. No matter how you choose to clean them, white laces respond well to bleach and soaking. Soon, your laces will look brand new, and they wo not detract from the appearance of your shoes.

6. What are these sticky thing that are found on shoelaces.?

You've encountered a plant called burdock. This is a daisy family that related to Cornflowers, Thistles (the spiky things that look like cacti with similar flowers shape). The plant is that weed with the huge giant, hairy, light green leaves and tall loose clusters of dark purple flowers. When fall comes the burrs come! They are adapted to cling to the fur if animals, hitch a ride and drop off miles away to grow somewhere else. The plant as well as thistles are prickly harmless annoyances and not poisonous.

7. Should I wear socks with my new Converse slip ons that have no shoelaces or should I go sockless?

you can if they are very short ankle socks but otherwise no nada never

8. Can You Tell How Useful Are The 'Aglets' -- The Plastic Tips At The End Of Shoelaces?

What is a thimble?

9. Where to find lots of cool shoelaces?

urban outfitters has some cool ones

10. What makes shoelaces so special?

Aglets, shoelaces being easy to find and in the right lengths, the smooth exterior and if you have the right kind, the ease of tying and staying in their knots.As a hobby knot tyer, (and member of the International Guild of Knot Tyers) I use mountain boot laces to try out the knots I am working with, rather than paracord.On the other hand, I know enough people who make their own laces out of cord of the right size and with a smooth enough surface for the shoes they are used in. Reasons to make their own: Longer lasting laces. Needing non standard lengths. Needing non standard diameter laces. Needing two different lengths due to having an insole or two very different feet. Wanting a colour or design which is not available in their (local) shops.As long as the ends are finished in a way that works, they are happy with their laces, often so happy that they never go back to shop bought ones.While I do agree with using other readily available string and might do it one time, I do not think braiding your own is useful. See my answer here on Arts and Crafts Stack Exchange.One 'knot' that is very useful for making (temporary) shoe laces out of other string is the whipping to finish the ends. Here the Common Whipping on the animated knots site (others are available.)(The site I linked to in the first word of this answer is that of Ian Fieggen, who has a great site about shoe laces, their knots and whatever else you may need to know about them.)

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Considering that Shoelaces may still be new to many people, we provide ten common questions and answers about Shoelaces for you to get started.1. How to hide my sperry like shoes shoelaces?tuck them into your shoes :)2. Can I leave the shoelaces on my shoes when I wash them?dont do that, soak them in bleach, if there white3. Whats a good way to clean my shoelaces?Yeah you can put them in the washer. If that are not flat when they come out, just iron them4. GS: Do you know how to tie your own shoelaces?No. I never learned how to read either5. How do I shorten the ends of my shoelaces?ERRR cut them??6. You know those little ends on shoelaces - the hard part that holds your shoelace together?floogelbinders. according to tom cruise in cocktail7. How do you lace double tongue shoelaces?i have same shoes =D just tie the white 1ns normally Then the black ones normally THats what i did XD8. What are the little plastic ends on shoelaces called?They are called aglets. I have posted a link to a cool site below9. Temporary way to remedy untied shoelacesThe solution to this is to simply tie the laces properly in the first place, with a real shoelace knot:That you describe laces coming undone sounds like a typical problem of users tying so-called "granny knots": both parts of a regular knot tied in the same direction leading to an asymmetrical knot that slips easily. It is often characterised by the loops not hanging to both sides equally but having a tendency of one going to the top and one to the front of the shoe.With a small variation in tying you can achieve much better grip and a neater appearance of your laces: just tie the first loop in the opposite direction you were used to tie them. This is explained wonderfully at Ian Fieggen's knot site, devoted to shoelaces:If you then double that again with a double knot, now again in the opposite direction from the second (the finishing) knot, it will be quite unlikely that your laces come untied in the first place.Not recommended: If you insist on a very temporary solution, that only prevents stepping on the laces, just tuck them into your shoes. They will slip out again, in quite a short time if you continue walking and of course your shoes will not fir tight anymore.10. ever used shoelaces or strings to tie a ponytail ?no and it sounds tacky11. Do you tie your shoelaces with a single or double knot?Hah! I do not tie shoelaces at all. All of my shoes are laced with bungee laces or Hickies12. What color shoelaces go with these shoes?anything bright! lime green, orange, red, bright blue... something to match with your shirt would be nice13. How do you clean shoelaces?Wash them in the bathroom sink. Let them soak in any clothes soap with a little bleach. Rinse well, hang to dry14. How do I get my cat to stop chewing on my shoelaces?Bitter Apple is the best15. How Can I Wash A Pair Of Shoes And Shoelaces?yes you can put them in the washer but do not put them in the dryer, they will need to air dry for a couple of day. When they are in the washer make sure it is on cold/cold and use no hot water it may cause certain parts of the shoe to shrink more thatn other parts of the shoe16. What are different ways to wear shoelaces?tie the bow at the bottom and and the ends of the bow have the business card for the organization17. Who invented the small plastic covering outside of shoelaces? And what is the plastic covering called?The small plastic or metal sheath on the end of shoelaces that keeps the twine from unraveling is called an aglet (or aiglet). An aglet or aiglet is the little plastic or metal cladding on the end of shoelaces that keeps the twine from unraveling. The word comes from the latin word acus which means needle. In times past, aglets were usually made of metal though some were glass or stone. Many were highly ornamental, and made of precious metals such as silver. Before the invention of buttons, they were used on the ends of ribbons to fasten clothing together. Sometimes they would be formed into small figures. Shakespeare calls this type of figure an "aglet baby" in The Taming of the Shrew. Purely decorative metal ornaments called aigullette are sometimes features of modern military dress uniforms. In modern times an aglet is frequently used as an example of a common object whose name is relatively unknown. Perhaps due to this, they are occasionally referenced in popular culture. According to the paranoid superhero The Question in Justice League Unlimited, their true purpose is sinister. According to characters from Achewood, aglets are a key ingredient in a drug called "Fool's Meth." The aglet is also mentioned in the 1988 movie, Cocktailwhere Tom Cruise's character called it a "flugelbinder". i found this on another answer credit goes to Dr. Brian
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