Probably a couple of layers rubbing against each other, you need to get some
lubricant between the layers. How to get in there is your job to figure out,
but sometimes the inner sole (where your foot stands on inside the shoe) can
be removed and then you can access the sole and possibly get something into
it. I would avoid using WD40.
Sometimes wet lube doesn't work. You
should dose them generously with powdered
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I recently got a new pair of knock around shoes
made of plastic. They squeak when walking. I
sprayed them with wd40 but they still squeak.
what do I do to keep them quiet?
Thanks for a reply
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