Can the traction leave residue on my dance floor?Updated a year ago
Upon initial wear, the traction requires a “breaking in” period to get the grip to your preferred level of grip. It is also during this time, a small number of our testers reported a residue from the traction on their floors. However; it is not something that happens each time and dissipates after wearing and washing. The residue is not something that harms the floor in any way, wipes clean with regular cleanings. If you have any problems, please use a solution of water and vinegar to clean with a dry rough cloth and it should clean it easily. If you know your floor has this problem, please wash your Shocks before wearing them the first time this should help reduce the residue upon initial wear. Additionally, when refreshing your socks with E6000 make sure to shake the bottle well before spraying and let the spray dry before dancing. We appreciate hearing from you if you experience this so we can get your thoughts and feedback. Please email us at [email protected].