I have used the sandal for at least a day after I fixed it and is doing well. I really don't know if it will last a long time, but if it doesn't I mi...
So, here is my first instructable. I like to wear flip-flops like most people in order to keep my feet dry and healthy, however sometimes the front anchor point of the strap will wear out after a while and the strap will come loose. I stumbled upon a neat little fix for this problem while working in my studio. So with out further ado, here it is.
So here is what my flip-flop looked like after I almost fell while climbing the stair in a hurry.
Step 2: This is what you can use to fix it.
As I was about to throw away the sandals in the trash can by the kitchen, I spotted this tab from a bag of sliced bread.
Step 3: Insert strap back into sole
Step 4: Attach bread plastic tab around the tip of the sandal strap.
Step 5: Orient tab
If you orient the tab so that the split part points towards your heel, it will be harder for the end of the strap to pull out again.
Step 6: So there it is! all fixed!
I have used the sandal for at least a day after I fixed it and is doing well. I really don't know if it will last a long time, but if it doesn't I might consider adding a drop of epoxy to the tab to fix it to the sole. Hope someone can use this instructable. Pretty simple and easy, but sometimes those are the little things that actually will make one's day. Cheers!