Asked on Dec 7, 2019

How can I get my shoes (no heels) to stay on my slanting shoe rack?



6 answers
  • Cindy
    on Dec 7, 2019

    Hi Maria. I'm Cindy. If you put a lip on the front of your shoe rack it should hold them in place. You could use trim or even a wooden dowel to make a lip. It sounds like your shoe rack is too slanted. Is there any way you can decrease the slant?

    • Maria Oemig
      Maria Oemig
      on Dec 8, 2019

      My shoe rack is metal so I don't want to drill any holes in it. Was wondering how I could use velcro to make a stop at the front of the shoes. Like loop it around the front metal pipe.

  • Allison
    on Dec 7, 2019

    How about using gripping shelf liner cut to fit only that set of shoes.

  • Redcatcec
    on Dec 7, 2019

    I use the gripper shelf plastic/rubber from the dollar store, it comes in a roll, limited colors though.

  • Fiddledd224
    on Dec 7, 2019

    Hang a large butterfly clip from the shoe rack and hang each shoe from the toe end of the shoe upside down not the heel end

  • Johnavallance82
    on Dec 7, 2019

    Hello there,

    You could also fix a stop at the bottom of the rack..................

  • Rymea
    on Dec 8, 2019

    Turn the rack around so it slants toward the wall. Works like a charm

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