How to choose home slippers: care and wash

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How to choose slip­pers for your­self, hus­band, chil­dren? This ques­tion aris­es from time to time for every host­ess. I want shoes to be com­fort­able, safe, wear­able and prac­ti­cal at the same time. In addi­tion, it would be nice if the select­ed mod­els are easy to wash, do not accu­mu­late unpleas­ant odors and retain their pre­sen­ta­tion. To do this, you need to take into account sev­er­al impor­tant nuances both at the stage of choos­ing suit­able options for home shoes, and in the process of wear­ing and car­ing for them.

Types of home shoes

Home shoes, like shoes for the street, have dif­fer­ent pur­pos­es: there are mod­els for every­day wear, for receiv­ing guests, shoes for the bath­room. Home mod­els also dif­fer in sea­son­al­i­ty: in win­ter, warm, cozy options are prefer­able, in sum­mer — light, as open as pos­si­ble. How­ev­er, for any mod­els there is one gen­er­al rule — they must all be com­fort­able, safe and durable.

How to choose home slip­pers cor­rect­ly? There are sev­er­al impor­tant points to pay spe­cial atten­tion to:

    Choose shoes for everyday wear — buy models with a light, flexible, non-slip sole without a heel. These are stable and safe slippers, suitable even for people with pronounced flat feet.
    Do not overuse shoes with open heels. You can’t rub calluses in it even for people with very sensitive skin, but it’s easier to tuck an unfixed leg.
    If you suffer from swelling, do not take slippers of your size. It is better to choose a size larger with a wide toe and upper made of elastic materials.
    Decorative slippers made of fleece in the shape of funny animals are just a way to keep your feet warm. Walking in it is uncomfortable, and constant wear can adversely affect posture and gait.
    And finally, holiday slippers. Beautiful, richly decorated slippers are suitable for receiving guests and are completely unsuitable for everyday wear, as they quickly lose their presentation.

The right choice: how to choose home shoes in size?

First of all, you should pay spe­cial atten­tion to the size of the mod­el you like:

    If these are shoes made of non-elastic fabrics, leather or polyurethane, then it is worth taking a size larger

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    Slippers made of knitwear, fleece, artificial plush or natural sheepskin can be selected according to your size. They can spread a little and it is more convenient to “sit down” on the leg.
    When choosing shoes with a high top, pay attention to its inner diameter, the presence of fasteners or elastic inserts.
    Toddlers should choose closed shoes that will not fall off their feet even if the child is actively moving. For a private home and wearing in winter, soft babushkas made of sheep’s wool are ideal.
    In addition to size, it is worth considering the fullness of the leg. Now this parameter is not indicated on the sole, therefore, it is possible to determine whether the shoes fit only after trying them on.

Entertaining materials science

The choice of mate­r­i­al is just as impor­tant as the choice of slip­pers. Not only the com­fort of the one who will wear it depends on this, but also the con­ve­nience of car­ing for the cho­sen mod­el:

    Slippers made from natural materials are considered the best — flannel, felt, cotton, natural wool. They are hygroscopic, feet in such shoes do not sweat, heat is retained much better.
    Such models are easy to wash, both by hand and in the washing machine, choosing a gentle mode. After drying, they do not “sit down” and are not deformed.
    As an alternative, slippers made of genuine leather are suitable — they are very durable and strong. One important condition is that the lining must be made of natural cotton or felt, otherwise, the legs will constantly sweat, an unpleasant smell will appear.
    It is better to buy slippers for winter from sheepskin. They are very warm, very comfortable and easy to care for.

How to care for and how to wash slippers?

How to wash house slip­pers? Very sim­ple! How­ev­er, it is worth choos­ing the means and care options wise­ly. To reduce the num­ber of “water pro­ce­dures”, it is nec­es­sary to reg­u­lar­ly ven­ti­late and dry slip­pers. Peri­od­i­cal­ly, tex­tile slip­pers can be washed and it is eas­i­er to do it by hand. Mod­els made of leather and fur will last longer if you reg­u­lar­ly use dry clean­ing and treat­ment with anti­sep­tic agents that neu­tral­ize unpleas­ant odors.

Many mod­els are machine wash­able, but you should choose the water tem­per­a­ture and mode depend­ing on the top mate­r­i­al. Nat­ur­al wool and felt should not be washed in too hot water — shoes will def­i­nite­ly shrink and become small. Don’t for­get to reshape your shoes after you’ve fin­ished wash­ing your slip­pers.

Do not use bleach — syn­thet­ics will turn yel­low from it, and nat­ur­al mate­ri­als may lose their orig­i­nal prop­er­ties. Choose deter­gents with an opti­mal alka­li con­tent and rinse your shoes thor­ough­ly. The skin of the legs, although rougher, is quite sen­si­tive to chem­i­cal “irri­tants”. The most harm­less thing that you can earn after such wash­ing is itch­ing and burn­ing. You can scent clean shoes with spe­cial sprays or a cou­ple of drops of tea tree oil.

By Yraa

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