White shoes are new and shiny when clean, but shoes usually get a little dirty when worn. Clean the punch regularly to keep it fresh.
Handwashing shoes are best for washing hands, but you can try other cleaning products such as soapy water, yeast, bleach, and toothpaste. If you are clean, you have shoes that look fresh again!
- Mix 240 ml of soap with warm water. Any liquid soap is suitable for cleaning shoes. Use more or less. 1 teaspoon (4.9 ml) soap, until water is shiny but still clear. Mix the cleaning solution with your toothbrush and stir evenly.
- Clean the eraser and parts with the magic eraser. Dip your magic eraser in soapy water and press. Briefly clean the leather, rubber or plastic part of the shoe. Continue using the fire extinguisher until all scratches and stains have been removed.
- Brush the stains with a stiff toothbrush. Dip the tooth head in water. Apply the brush to the shoes in small circles, paying particular attention to highly stained areas. Press lightly to apply shoe polish.
- Wipe off excess moisture with a towel. Use a cloth or paper towel to wipe off bubbles and dirt. Do not rub your shoes with a towel, as this can redistribute the dirt over the fabric.
- Wait for the shoes to dry. Soak in a towel and leave in a cool place until dry. Leave at least 2-3 hours for reuse.
Cleaning Baking Soda
- Mix baking soda, vinegar and hot water into the dough. In a bowl, mix 1 tablespoon (15 ml) of hot water, 1 tablespoon (15 ml) white vinegar and 1 tablespoon (14 g) baking soda. Stir the solution continuously until a thick paste is formed. When the baking soda and vinegar react, they become shiny and foamy.
- Use a toothbrush to apply a fine paste shoe. Dip the toothbrush head in the paste and rub it into the shoe material. Press lightly on the container to absorb the paste. Apply baking soda to all outer surfaces of your shoes.
- Let the paste dry on your shoes for 3-4 hours. Leave your shoes in direct sunlight to dry or harden the dough. Leave the paste dry until scratched with your nails.
- Roll up your shoes and remove dry grass with a dry brush. Gather the bottom of the sole so that the putty falls on the ground. If dry paste remains, remove it with a dry toothbrush until the shoes are clean.
- 1 part of bleach is diluted with 5 parts of water. Work in a well-ventilated house and mix bleach and water in a small bowl. Be careful not to use bleach anymore. Otherwise, the white shoes may turn yellow.
- To remove the stain, draw a small circle with a toothbrush. Soak your toothbrush in bleach and wash your shoes. Tap the cloth lightly to focus on the dirty and deep areas. You need to check the spots that appear on the fabric.
- Remove bleach with a damp cloth. Dampen a soft microfiber cloth in clean, warm water and press until wet. Apply light pressure and dry your shoes with a towel.
- Dry your shoes in a well-ventilated area. Allow your shoes to dry indoors for at least 5-6 hours before putting them on again. If possible, dry thoroughly overnight.
- Clean the shoes with a damp cloth. Soak the end of the microfiber cloth or towel and gently wash the entire shoe. Do not wet the shoe to lubricate the toothpaste.
- Rub the mineral-sized toothpaste on your shoes with a brush. Apply toothpaste directly to colored shoes. Before using the brush in small circles, apply a thin layer of toothpaste to cover the entire area. Gently put toothpaste on the shoe for 10 minutes before it hardens.
- Clean toothpaste and dirt with a damp cloth. You can use the same wet cloth as before to wipe the toothpaste on your shoes. To remove stains, remove all toothpaste from all shoes.
- Let the shoe dry completely for 2-3 hours. Place the shoe in front of a fan or in a ventilated area. Dry your shoes well. Your shoes will look pretty light when they are dry.