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I watched my fiancé successfully do it, and since I'm a strong, independent lady, I wanted to make sure I could do it too. This was way more difficult and very unsuccessful when I used my sneaker. The screw went in, but it wouldn't come up, no matter how hard I pulled. So then I did something so stupid, I almost don't want to publish it online.
I switched to a boot with a wooden bottom and banged away. ) and extremely tiring, but I was encouraged by the cork moving little by little out of its home. All I know is that I tried for a good 20 minutes to no avail — not even a tiny bit of budging! Method: The principle here makes a lot of sense: Instead of a corkscrew, you just find yourself a regular ol' screw and leverage it the same way. The short story is: I banged the screw with the hammer out of desperation, and it started working. I basically jammed the scissors in, realized it would be a fucking disaster to pull up on the handle, and instead whittled away at the cork. I suspect this might have worked if I had whittled away at the cork like I did with the scissors, but alas. While there are inherent drawbacks to the shoe technique (mainly: it takes a while, is VERY loud, and you must use a shoe with a wooden sole), it was the only hack that worked and didn't leave the wine full of cork.