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Stretch Your Shoes with Ice

Stylish DIYer Michelle Phan shows us how to stretch your snug heels using physics. Water expands when it freezes, so she tucks two plastic bags of water into the tight parts of the shoes and pops 'em in the freezer. Via Threadbanger. [Read this article] [Comment on this article]
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