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Remove Your Shoes Rustic Barn Wood Signs ONLY $12.99 Shipped

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Today, April 19th only, head on over to Jane.com where you can score select Rustic Remove Your Shoes Signs for only $12.99 (regularly $22.99) plus free shipping!


These signs are made of rustic barn wood with the text engraved deep into the wood.

There are six different designs to choose from including Lose the Shoes, Little Hands, Remove the Shoes and more! Note that these signs will ship by May 5th.

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Comments 14

  1. luna

    Wish they had doormats with the same signs would have been awesome

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      Oh yes! That would be a neat doormat idea!

  2. Jess

    It’s so cute – I got one!

    • Amber (Hip2Save Sidekick)

      It sure is! Happy you could grab one Jess!

  3. Xna

    Doormats would be perfect. Unless you hang that in front of your door liked a wreath.

  4. Lisa

    The one about little hands touching the floors is so perfect and exactly what I have needed for years. I have different cute one that gifted to me years ago, and most people ignore it.

    I have to admit that I am waffling a bit on how I feel about the ” no shoes” signs. My littles seem to stay healthier with a no shoes rule…. BUT…. I had a guest at Easter who took her shoes off out of courtesy. An hour or so later, I learned that she deals with plantar fasciitis (severe foot pain) and deals with it every day. I very quickly asked her to put her shoes back on because I felt very bad! Interestingly, the next day she messaged and said that she found out ( after the fact) that she had been to a place with stomach flu right before she came to my house. I think she was giving a heads up and ” I’m sorry” just in case. ( Thankfully no one got sick) All of this leaves me feeling very torn about ” no shoes” rules in my house. I prefer people to take them off, but I feel that people should be open if they have a foot issue that makes it nearly impossible not to wear shoes.

    • AZ

      In many cultures, it’s considered extremely rude to leave your shoes on when visiting someone’s home. So what people will do is to keep a clean pair or two of soft sandals/slippers that guests w/ foot problems can wear inside the host’s house. Problem solved!

    • ana

      When visiting someone’s house with a baby that crawls on the floor it is rude to leave shoes on. Dr Oz tested the bottom of an ordinary shoe one day and there is oil, dog poop, e coli, you name it on the bottom of shoes. I get it if you don’t have babies on the floor you shouldn’t have to, but the person should bring fluffy socks or slippers to your house. It’s not worth your baby getting sick.

      • Lisa

        I very much understand what you are saying, Ana. I expect my older children to clean their shoes with a disinfecting wipe. I’m torn, though on what to expect of guests, especially older ones with all kinds of health problems who have trouble going barefoot or just wearing slippers. I’d like to find a way to ask them to just clean their shoes, but it’s awkward.

        Sometimes I think the ” no shoes” rule is sort of part of our generation, and not everyone quite gets it. Keep the good ideas coming. 🙂

        • ana

          yeah, I totally get it. I guess we just don’t have many people over anymore and so when people come over it’s usually family which understand little babies crawling on the floor 🙂 I know what you mean about older people though. So since I don’t want to put out the $13 dollars for this sign I’m going to just make it 🙂 I guess it’s a good reason to mop and get carpets cleaned regularly 🙂

  5. Rochelle

    Disposable shoe covers work in many homes.

    • MO

      I have several boxes of disposable shoe covers and leave some by the door along with a chair for those needing to sit. Most workers bring their own but I offer them just in case. I also keep a new pair in my purse to have when I am visiting someone else’s home. I prefer the shoe covers to bare feet. Oh, i also have a basket of clean slippers in a basket by the front door.

  6. Lisa

    Rochelle, LOVE the idea!

  7. Elizabeth

    I wish that could be a rule in my house especially with a baby but it’s hard when the dogs just track mud and dirt inside.. I have to have a separate area for her to play and crawl around in that they aren’t allowed to go. Love the dogs but they are a ton more work especially with an infant who I have to make sure is blocked off from them

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