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Old 09-12-2017, 06:30 PM   #1
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Interesting Crock shoe fact!

This morning was a little chilly. Since I hadn't run the propane furnace in a while I turned it on. After it ran about 20 minutes I decided to slip on the old Crocks and walk the dog. I hadn't noticed the Crocks where right next to one of the furnace outlets. Now one shoe is size 13 and one is maybe a size 9. Very uncomfortable walk, no it didn't stretch back out, not even a little. So watch where you leave your rubber shoes.

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Now all you need to do is put one foot over the register until it fits the crock.

Crock of what?

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Very funny! Not for you I am sure...glad you could learn this lesson for the rest of it?
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Old 09-12-2017, 10:11 PM   #4
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Try putting them in dish washer normal with heated dry. I do mine every couple months. They feel like a new pair after this.
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Old 09-12-2017, 10:19 PM   #5
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I thought they were Croc's.
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So, which one fits the 9 0r 13??
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You must have a blast furnace output. My outside Crocs routinely set in front of a forced air grate in the S&B. Never had an issue.
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What a Croc!
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That's what you get for wearing those kind of shoes in the first place...

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Remind me of the Jelly shoes my girls used to wear
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maybe another pair just like that pair lurking in a corner somewhere?
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I had a similar thing happen to inserts for my Crocs.
Got the shoes soaking wet (rubber shoes, so I didn't think anything about it), I took out the inserts and put them in the sun to dry.
They curled and shrank a LOT, not even close to fitting any more.
Now I know, Crocs don't tolerate high heat.

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