Do You Tie Your Shoelaces with a Single Or Double Knot?

When I wore lace-ups it was a single knot

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1. How do i make my shoelaces look small in the last hole?

i have nooooooooooo idea SORRY):

2. How do i wash my shoelaces so they can look like new?

I take them out of the shoes, soak them in a solution of water and Oxy-clean over night than wash them with my regular laundry. I find it better to loosely tie them together or use a langerie bag

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3. What are the little plastic ends on shoelaces called?

I call mine Larry, Moe, Curly and Hey You

4. should i use black or white shoelaces?

Black is cool :)

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

I have not tried that but I have used a blue ribbon before looked cute :)

6. Is wearing two different shoelaces ok?

I like the idea, but I am pretty old. I think it may not be "cool."

7. at what age did you learn to tie your shoelaces by yourself?

I still can not

8. What is a good "green" alternative to yarn, stitching, lacing, shoelaces, etc.?

Hemp is great for the environment because it returns nitrogen to the soil, and now they are making jeans with bamboo which is renewable

9. Have you ever had shoes without shoelaces?

Yes, loafers, Vans, and of course my cowboy boots

10. Does having red shoelaces make me look racist?

Just wear green ones if red ones are an issue

11. Black or red shoelaces in these nike dunk shoes ? (pics included)?

any sporting goods or shoe store. modells has them

12. Replacement shoelaces for army dress shoes?

Look up the factory online and send them an e-mail inquiry. They will be happy to provide you with the information and if you are on active duty, maybe even a free pair of laces!

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

Without the aglets, we would have a difficult time lacing our shoes, if we removed the laces for washing. Both aglets & thimbles are great inventions but there are many other inventions, far greater, like the commode for one

14. What color shoelaces should i get?

yellow or black

15. You know those little ends on shoelaces - the hard part that holds your shoelace together?

They are called aglets

16. My dog keeps biting my pants, shoes and shoelaces. How do I stop him to do this?

attempt making use of a dogs whistle. It emits an stressful sound which will actually get the dogs interest. as quickly as your dogs learns that undesirable habit is interrupted by making use of the whistle, he/she will quit. I even have been surprised on the leads to curtailing the barking and aggressive territorial protectiveness the two one among my dogs have exhibited for 7 years. The whistle worked in the present day. The dogs do exactly unlike that top pitched sound. some dogs whistles emit one among those intense frequency pitch that people can not even pay attention it. however the listening to of dogs is a lot greater comfortable.

17. are your kids learning how to use smartphones before they can tie their shoelaces?

My 11 year old daughter knows how to answer her mothers phone and that is it. She will bring me my phone because she does not know how to answer it. If you asked her to call someone with either of our phones she would not be able to do it. Just my opinion but kids need to be kids, I will probably get her a phone when she gets her license and then it will only be for emergencies NOT to play games or get on the internet. I will probably get her a prepaid one with very limited minutes!

18. How do I get my cat to stop chewing on my shoelaces?

spray bitter apple on them it works for cats to. i've done it. works like a charm

19. Has anyone worn their shoes without shoelaces?

I had. Because some shoes need not laces. Is not it? LOL...

20. how do i tie my shoelaces in a "fasionable" way?

tie the shoes regularly then tale the knot and bow and put it inside of the shoe, then just slip your foot in at first it will be uncomfortable and you may get a funny feeling but you will get use to it or try to put the laces in the shoe without the knot or bow then slip ur foot in same thing

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