Shine Shoes

How To : Shine your shoes with a shoe polish rag

In this video tutorial, viewers learn how to shine their shoes. An old T-shirt is a polish cloth. Begin by putting a small dab of water onto the cloth to make it moist. Then apply a small amount of polish to the cloth. Now start applying the polish on the shoes in small circle ...more

How To : Infight the "shoe shine" in boxing

In this video we learn how to infight the "shoe shine" in boxing. The shoeshine is when you have two hands to the side of the body and are moving very quickly. This will make you a great fighter and will also create openings for you to throw good shots. The other person will h ...more

How To : Say the names of antiques in French

Watch to learn how to say the names of the types of things you find in an antique store or at a flea market in French. un album de photo - photo album un appareil-photo - camera une armoire - suit of armor une balance - balance une boîte metallique - metal box une brosse - bru ...more

How To : Matte down ballet pointe shoes

This video demonstrates how to matte down your pointe shoes for a recital or performance. For this, you will need a makeup brush and a container of translucent loose face powder. You may cut the powder in half, adding baby powder to it. This will lighten the powder a bit. Dip ...more

How To : Polish leather shoes

Have your favorite leather shoes been looking drab lately? It might be time to break out the polish. See how taking care of your leather shoes will make them last forever and bring back that shine.

How To : Accessorize a school uniform

Just because you have to wear a uniform to school doesn't mean you can’t assert your individuality. Check the school rules guidelines, and make the most of what you are allowed to wear. Jewelry, hairstyles, shoes, scarves, even a manicure, can let a little bit of character shi ...more

How To : Remove ugly salt stains from your shoes

If you've been out in the wintertime you've probably noticed a bunch of white marks on your shoes. These are called salt stains and are caused by the chemicals used to melt the snow. Luckily, this video will show you how to remove these unsightly white marks quickly and easily ...more

How To : Use a banana in seven unexpected ways

Don’t throw out that banana peel—or that overly ripe banana. Put them to good use around your house instead. Step 1: Shine your shoes Rub the inside of a banana peel on anything made of leather—shoes, pocketbooks, jackets. Then wipe away the residue and buff with a lint-free ...more

How To : Polish your boots to ROTC standards

In this tutorial, we learn how to polish your boots to ROTC standards. You will need: Kiwi black shoe polish, scissors, and an old t-shirt or cloth. First, take your scissors and cut out a section of the t-shirt to make it the size of a wash cloth. Next, rub some shoe polish o ...more

How To : Give yourself a pedicure

Fancy feet are a must for sandals and peep-toe shoes. Pamper yourself with a pedicure that’s easy and gets you back on your feet in no time. You Will Need * Nail polish remover * Cotton balls or pads * Nail clippers * A nail file * A cuticle remover * A cuticle orange stick * ...more

How To : Change your look from day to evening in 5 minutes

No need to run home from work to change for an evening on the town. With some simple switches, you can be on your way. Follow this Howcast guide to learn how to change your look from day to evening in just five minutes. You Will Need * A sparkly or jewel-tone sleeveless top, ...more

How To : Polish shoes

Learn how to polish shoes. You don't have to know how to get them Army-regulation shiny, but you should have some basic training. You Will Need * Newspaper * A shoe brush * Clean rags * Shoe polish that matches your shoes * And a lighter or matches * A mild cleanser, like s ...more

How To : Our 5 Favorite Olive Oil Food Hacks

Other than salt, there's no ingredient that's as big a kitchen staple as olive oil. And just like salt, there are a million little known uses for it. Don't Miss: 20 Non-Cooking Uses for Olive Oil None of these uses will quite compare with searing a delicious ribeye or constr ...more

News : Buff loafers with bananas

Fact: the banana is the perfect food. It is a potassium packed snack, CD scratch remover and a prank device. Now, we've got yet one more 'a-ppealing' (get it?) reason to love the banana. Throw out the shoe polish. Here is the solution to dirty shoes! Polishing your shoes wit ...more

How To : 13 Weird Uses for the Milk in Your Fridge

Other than adding that extra missing ingredient to your dry cereal in a bowl, the milk in your fridge can also be used to enhance the flavor of your corn, remove ink stains from your clothing, freshen up the taste of your frozen fish, add shine to your leather shoes, relieve y ...more

Ingredients 101 : Buying, Grinding, & Tempering Spices

The world of spices can be bewildering. They promise to make your food more flavorful if you know how to make the most of them. Unless you know a couple of essential tricks, however, it just seems like you're adding bits of colored powder to your food. Most cooks buy a few bo ...more

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