How Can I Keep White Shoelaces Clean?

Tie them. Aha, Jk kid. Take 'em out and put 'em in a washing machine with bleach

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

You can make threads, yarns etc out of certain plants like cotton or flax or even animal hair.(horse hair when woven/braided makes strong and beautiful laces, hat bands , belts etc, and you can get that right from a living animal and it will not hurt him.) also animal hides that have been tanned make very strong laces and stitching materials. From plants you can also make the dyes to color these items..simply by boiling some of them.. All of these are green examples..the native americans lived very green,,, using only what they needed. they used only what animals they needed for food and clothing and let the rest live to reproduce. . when they collected plants for food, clothing, medicines, and dyes,.they saved and planted the seeds..to renew their supplies. Everything they used or made was eco-friendly , renewable and did not pollute the earth . The above examples are just a few but beware . . to make and do most of these is very time consuming ,, that is why man invented the ungreen factories.. to cut down on production time and make more money,,,happy stitching... perhaps you can let us know what green alternatives you found and show what you made with them. .HAPPY STITCHING.

2. How do you tie shoelaces?

the best way to it is when you lace the shoes lace it so that the last hole (being the one on top) that the lace goes inside the shoe then just tie the laces like normal and they will be behind the tongue of the shoe

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3. Who invented the small plastic covering outside of shoelaces? And what is the plastic covering called?

Yes, it is called an aglet. I have no idea who invented it

4. Who invented the small plastic covering outside of shoelaces? And what is the plastic covering called?

can not believe you thought to ask that

5. What's the little plastic pieces at the end of shoelaces called?

aglet, plural aglets

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

Spray the shoelaces with a cat repellent. It can be purchased at a pet store. They wo not go near it for a loooong time. It smells fine to a human but cats hate it! Good luck!

7. where can i find chocolate skateboard shoelaces?

Just a pair of shoelaces. Does not really matter. More so if he skates

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

I think I was 5. I remember that day, I hid behind the couch until I figured out how to do it. GAGA FOREVER

9. How do you clean shoelaces?

I would actually hand wash them in the sink in really warm water with dish soap or a little bit of real detergent

10. GS: Do you know how to tie your own shoelaces?

I know how but I do not bother. I just tuck my shoelaces inside my trainers because I think it looks neater. I learnt when I was about 8 and it took me a very long time

11. can you make checkerboard shoelaces with converse?

That would be AWESOME! You can buy checkerboard shoelaces at almost any shoe store. One of my friends has purple converse and wears checkerboard laces and they look better than the white laces!

12. What shoelaces do you think goes best with the Nike SB Dunk Low 720?

neon green or light pink would look sick

13. Is wearing two different shoelaces ok?

black shoes,the lace colors keep changing,lol but yea i wear diff. colored shoelaces for both shoes.

14. how do YOU do up your shoelaces?

its hard to explan it on this look it up on youtube.com

15. what is the end tip of the shoelaces called?

its called an aglet

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

I suggest the really short socks that no one can actually see

17. If we take all the shoelaces ever made and tie them together will their length be enough to reach Mars?

I guess the first question to ask is when did you want to try this? The distance between the Earth and Mars varies greatly depending upon where the two planets are in their orbits. If they are aligned with both on the same side of the sun, the distance is about 60 million km. When aligned on opposite sides of the sun, the distance is around 400 million km. Since, right now, we happen to be our closest to Mars, let's go with the 60 million km distance and see what happens... (and let's pretend that we can tie them together without any loss in the length -- so two one-meter laces tied together makes a two-meter length)A typical athletic shoe lace is about one meter long. Some boot laces are much longer; some dress shoe laces are shorter -- but let's just consider one meter long laces. In the history of making these laces, is it reasonable to expect that 60,000 million have been made? That is, after all, only 30,000 million pairs of shoes. Do you think we've made 30 billion pairs of shoes?Suppose we broaden our definition of "shoe lace" to include all of the various laces and narrow straps, ribbons, sinew, etc that have been used to hold footwear in place throughout history?I am leaning towards a yes answer here, but only since we are at our closest to Mars. But do it quick -- Mars is moving further away every day!If we take all the shoelaces ever made and tie them together will their length be enough to reach Mars?If we take all the shoelaces ever made and tie them together will thier length be enough to reach Mars?.

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How Do I Clean White Shoelaces on White Shoes Without Removing the Laces?
Why would you NOT want to remove shoelaces when you clean them? That's THE ONLY WAY TO GET them 100% cleaned. You can wash them with a bar of soap, with your hands, the same way you wash a DISH CLOTH. Or stick them in the washing machine along with the whites in your laundry.1. What is a good "green" alternative to yarn, stitching, lacing, shoelaces, etc.?RIBBON2. How do you teach your kids to tie their own shoelaces?my dad used an old shoebox and ran laces through it like it was a gigantic shoe. then we could take it with us from room to room and practice on it. when we got the hang of it, we graduated to actually working on our own shoes.3. A 32yr old man has trouble tying his shoelaces, writing,and walking in a straight line. A computed tomographicis not it relative? If i am donning general footwear, it takes below 10 seconds without me having to speed. If i am donning activities footwear, extraordinarily whilst i comprehend that I could spend a minimum of a few hours interior the sphere, it takes time - very nearly a minute, may well be. And, of course, i am going to recheck if I tied it precise and tight. it rather is going to take a pair of seconds extra. does not it sound logical?4. Why does every pair of new shoes have shoelaces that are too long?You did not ask how to tie shoes, you asked if EVERY pair of new shoes have shoelaces to long. The correct answer to that question is NO! Loafers and other slipons without laces -- do not have laces that are too long--they have no laces.5. 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 dry6. Is wearing two different shoelaces ok?i would go with no, just because of the shoe color. i usually wear my multi color or black shoes with two different color laces7. should i use black or white shoelaces?definitly black8. what is the end tip of the shoelaces called?The plastic or metal sleeves at the end of shoelaces are called "aglets" (or "aiglets"). Besides making an interesting trivia or crossword puzzle question, aglets have several functions: They prevent the lace ends from fraying, they make the laces easier to hold, and they make them easier to pass through the eyelets9. Are shoelaces replaceable by more usable alternatives? If so why are they still so common?The oldest leather shoe ever discovered (known as the Areni-1 shoe) dates back to 3500 BC. It features leather laces as the method of tightening.As you mention, today there are alternatives for people who have trouble with laces. Synthetic materials that make today's alternatives possible (e.g. Velcro, elastic, plastic) were obviously not available, but leather and plant materials were plentiful. Provided with these materials, I do not think I could imagine a better way to keep a shoe on. Additionally, laces are cheap, reliable, easily produced, and easily replaced10. How can I clean my shoelaces?Well, if bleach does not work, then you may have to buy new laces im afraid11. How can I braid my own shoelaces?The name and way of making The English word shoelace is a bit old fashioned, from the time strips of leather were used, which are still called lace in the knotting world. Most shoelaces are braided these days. The American shoestring is more appropriate, as long as you take braided string. Modern shoelaces are braided, in the round, around a core for the round ones and without a core for the flat ones. Braiding by hand Here (my own site, not commercial) you find instructions how to braid with 8 strands, in the round.This is not the only site online with those instructions. If you want different ones, (or if the site is down) you can google for instructions. As a beginner braider you will likely not be able to braid that many strands out of the hand, even as an experienced braider I have to work up to it. If you want to work up to it, here you find several easier braids with which to work up to it. Machines do not use just 8 strands, 16 strands are more likely, often 16 groups of two or more strands.Using tools If you want to braid 'proper' shoe laces by hand, you may want to look into working on a disk. The disks are available under the name of Kumihimo disks. 'Proper' Kumihimo is done on a wooden frame in the shape of a stool. This wikipedia page has a good photo of a traditional set-up as well as a good basic description of what the different items are. And even with kumihimo disks or frames you will have to work up to a braid as intricate as shoelaces. Braiding on a kumihimo frame by a young boy. Photos cropped to protect anonimity.Photos by Willeke, free to use for all. Making it fat and round Whatever way you shape the braid, for the fat round laces you will also have to learn to braid around a core. This is a string of the right diameter or, more often used in commercial braids, a bunch of thin string that are kept together at the top of the braid and often suspended above or below for you to braid around. In the photos there would be a set of strands suspended above the frame and allowed to drop into the braid at the same speed as braiding. With a braiding disk you would hold the strands and move them around as you are braiding.And with hand-held braids you would tie the core with the outer layer to your fixed point and braid around them. In the first link I give the core is mentioned in the instructions and is part of the pictures. Weaving Braiding with this many strands is closely related to weaving, the resulting string is a weave, but in the round with the strands on the diagonal. If you would twist a series of strands around a tube, spiralling one way, you would be able to weave the other spiral in, by going over one, under one, all the way. It will be hard to get it tight and neath and you would likely have to tighten the weave later. The core would go through or instead of the tube.Having done the kind of work, I have to say that learning to braid is much easier. Aglets, the hard bits at the ends For are al' shoelaces you also need to add aglets, I direct you to the site of Ian Fieggen to find out how to make them. Would I do it I would not make my own shoelaces, even though I have the knowledge and skills. Laces in the shops are relatively cheap, durable and available in many different variations and designs. Making your own is going to be a lot of work, likely to result in lower quality and lower durability.In fact, it is the other way around, I use commercially made shoelaces to train myself in braiding, they are very handy for that. Come in many nice colours and have aglets, the hard bits at the end that protect the ends and aid in feeding through strands to test the weaves. How do I know I am a member of the International Guild of Knot Tyers, whom do include braiding as part of our field of interest. My personal interest in braiding goes back at least 40 years, likely longer. There is also an international organization for braiders, the Braid Society I am not a member but I do know several people who are. PS, while I do not make my own shoe laces, I know people who make their own out of commercial string, see my answer on The Great Outdoors.
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