Slippery slippers are the worst. I have always just lived with them, but now that I have a baby to think about, I don't want to fall. I really don't want to fall on my wood stairs with a glass door and stone landing at the bottom. Not good.
So a slippery slipper solution was much needed.
Add Tread to Your Slippers
I love these slippers. They are warm, and oh so comfy. As you can see, they are also quite slippery.
1. Buy puff paint
I decided to go with the basic black, and just a hint of red (for some flair). Pick any colors you want. I could totally see someone doing this for dancing shoes at a wedding (something blue?).
2. Decide on a design, and lay any ground work.
I decided to do dots. They seemed like the best way to get a good grip. I also wanted a little "fun" thrown in, so I added a heart. I put the heart right over the ball of my big toe.
I made the heart first. Then added the dots.
3. Apply your pattern all over the sole of your slipper.
I used the already delineated shape of my foot as shown from normal wear. It was pretty easy to see where my foot touched the ground. If these are new slippers you could lightly outline your foot with a pencil. or guess. It is the bottom of your foot.
4. Let Dry
The instructions said to dry the paint for 7 hours. After 7 hours I put them right on. Ahh warm toes again!
That's it! No more slippery slippers. I have been wearing these for a couple of days and they are fine. I lost one dot to my wood floor, and the peeks have worn down a bit. Overall, not bad. And.... I like the hearts!