Dry your wet shoes in the dryer by tying the laces together and putting one inside and the other outside so it doesn't roll around.
If you've ever washed your shoes and thrown them in the dryer, you'll know that they never come out the same shape again. This will preserve their form and allow you to dry at the same time.
More Clothing Tips
Put a keyring on your zipper to prevent your zipper from falling down
Use clear nail polish to paint your shirt buttons so they don't fray.
By painting each button with a clear (transparent) nail polish, you can prevent the thread from fraying and unraveling.
Zippers should be zipped and buttons undone before washing and drying.
Zipping the zippers helps ensure the teeth don't get caught on anything, and undoing the buttons ensures the buttons don't pull on the button holes. Delicate clothing can be placed in a laundry bag to protect them from other items.
Reverse your hangers.
Hang your clothes in your closet with the hangers reversed once a year. As you pull clothes out, reverse the hanger. Every year giveaway clothes you never took out (hangers facing in the original direction).
Zipper stuck? Rub a dry bar of soap on both sides of the teeth.
If you don't have any soap available, a tiny bit of lip balm or petroleum jelly can be used instead.
Shoes smell bad? Dust the insides with baking soda and shake it around.
Let it sit overnight, and in the morning shake it all out. For maximum odor removal, leave the now treated shoes in the sun for the day. Repeat as necessary.