Shoe Inn Instructions


Step 1: Grasp handle firmly. Place one foot to the side of dispenser. Place the ball of your other foot on the metal plate. Step 2: Angle heel slightly downward in order to catch the back of the shoe cover. Using a smooth, gentle motion, pull your foot backward while tilting toe down, into the bootie. Step 3: Continue pulling foot backward until the bootie releases from the dispenser and wraps aro... more

USE INSTRUCTIONS Shoe Inn Stay 1. Place ball of shoe on metal plate, holding onto handlebar if desired. 2. Angle heel slightly downward in order to catch the back of the shoe cover. 3. In one continuous and smooth motion, slide shoe backwards until shoe cover is released. 4. During Step 3, your shoe should be level—NOT angled with toe pointing up and heel pointing down—and should no... more

USE INSTRUCTIONS Shoe Inn Stay 1. Place ball of shoe on metal plate, holding onto handlebar if desired. 2. Angle heel slightly downward in order to catch the back of the shoe cover. 3. In one continuous and smooth motion, slide shoe backwards until shoe cover is released. 4. During Step 3, your shoe should be level. DO NOT angle your shoe with toe pointing up and heel pointing down. 5. Repeat ... more

LOADING INSTRUCTIONS Shoe Inn Stay and Fusion 1. Open lid. Holding bundle of shoe covers with both hands, point arrow on cardboard divider downward and align round ends of plastic clips with tracks. 2. Begin sliding plastic clips into and down tracks on both sides simultaneously, making sure round ends of plastic clips are in the tracks. 3. Using both hands, push entire bundle in straight, makin... more

Shoe Inn Stay Automatic Shoe Cover Dispenser User Manual SI-7200 Introduction Thank you for choosing the Shoe Inn Stay automatic shoe cover dispenser. This model can hold up to 220 shoe covers in two bundles. Please read these instructions completely before use. For additional assistance, please view our videos online at http://www.theshoecovers.com/videos or contact us toll-free at 1 (877) 595-74... more

Troubleshooting: If your shoe covers are getting caught on one or both sides of the hinges and not releasing properly, please follow the steps below to resolve the issue. Step 1: Locate the hinge on the side of the dispenser that is causing the problem. Step 2: The distance apart should be around 1.8 mm. Top Bottom Distance 1.8mm The cause of the problem could be due to the gap between the top an... more

Shoe Inn Fusion Automatic Shoe Cover Dispenser User Manual SI-7150 Introduction Thank you for choosing the Shoe Inn Fusion automatic shoe cover dispenser. This model can hold up to 110 shoe covers in one bundle. Please read these instructions completely before use. For additional assistance, please view our videos online at http://www.theshoecovers.com/videos or contact us toll-free at 1 (877) 59... more

USE INSTRUCTIONS Shoe Inn Fusion 1. Place ball of shoe on metal plate. 2. Angle heel slightly downward in order to catch the back of the shoe cover. 3. In one continuous and smooth motion, slide shoe backwards until shoe cover is released. 4. During Step 3, your shoe should be level—NOT angled with toe pointing up and heel pointing down—and should not touch the ground until the sho... more

USE INSTRUCTIONS Shoe Inn Fusion 1. Place ball of shoe on metal plate. 2. Angle heel slightly downward in order to catch the back of the shoe cover. 3. In one continuous and smooth motion, slide shoe backwards until shoe cover is released. 4. During Step 3, your shoe should be level. DO NOT angle your shoe with toe pointing up and heel pointing down. 5. Repeat for other shoe. After doing this... more