Non-Slip Socks from Regular Socks

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Change Regular Socks into Non-Slip Socks

Having a house with all hardwood and tile floors, the kids definitely need to have non-slip socks. I started making my own after not being able to find non-slip socks in larger sizes as my kids grew. It is super easy and fun, not to mention a lot cheaper than buying slip-proof socks.

non-slip socks

What you will need for the socks:
  • A bag of  socks (we get them in bulk at Costco)
  • A bottle of nontoxic puffy paint
non-slip socks

1. Wash & dry the socks you want to make into non-slip ones. Decide what design you want to paint on the bottom of the sock. My favorite designs to make are wavy or zigzag lines. If you are talented, you can draw pictures, like hearts or daisies for girl socks and lightning bolts for boys.

2. Allow the paint to dry completely (about 24 hours). That is all you need to do to create your own fun & inexpensive non-slippery socks!

Care Instructions:

Allow 72 hours to pass before washing. Turn socks inside-out to wash. Wash with cold water and dry the socks on low heat. Drying them with high heat will cause the paint to crack and peel.


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