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Wijzigingen in Flip-Flop Line Strap Replacement introductie

Bewerking door Dominique Hall

Bewerking goedgekeurd door Dominique Hall

This guide will demonstrate how to fix the line strap on a flip-flop.
In Florida, most people own at least one pair of flip-flops. It’s a shoe that is worn almost anywhere; however, between the rainy weather and natural wear and tear of everyday use, one of the most common parts of a flip-flop destined to break is the line strap of the toe piece (between the big and second toe).
'''Why is this guide necessary?'''
This guide is necessary because discarded flip-flops are negatively impacting the environment – specifically the ocean.
In fact, dozens upon dozens of flip-flops wash ashore each year. Flip-flops that find their way into the ocean are hazardous, cause pollution, and interrupt the natural habitat of sea animals. Rather than continuously throw away something so common, we should seek to fix it to help support the environment.
'''Who will benefit from this guide?'''
This guide will be beneficial for all genders and ages and even for people in different states and countries. Unfortunately, thousands of people around the globe don’t have access to the resources we have here in the United States. A great way to support our planet and conserve resources is to fix our broken flip-flops and donate them to less-developed countries.
'''Where can I donate my flip-flops?'''
You can donate your flip-flops to a local charity organization, such as the Salvation Army or the American Red Cross.
Your flip-flops are now restored! If you decide that you don't want them, please consider donating them to a local charity organization.