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  • Micaela Hotham

    such a great idea... clean #sneakers

  • Serinda Orn

    Genius!! You could also do this with bras or other stuff you don't want to tumble around - Click image to find more DIY Crafts Pinterest pins

  • KYGarden Girl

    Dry shoe recipe: A great idea if using the dryer to dry washed, or soaked, tennis shoes - Secure shoes to dryer door with netted fabrice. No more tumbling around in the dryer.

  • Tommy Nilsson

    Good idea for how to dry shoes so they don't keep knocking the door open

  • Juqui Cultures

    Sneaker dryer bag from Walmart. Great idea.

  • Kiersten Linder

    Share this: Advertisement Mainstays Sneaker Wash and Dry Bag: dry shoes without the 'clunking' and undergarments without the tangling!

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