•White shoes easily show dirt, scuffs and stains but with the right techniques and a little bit of effort you can keep them looking fresh.
•Always have a wrap where you will place your shoes after they dry. Avoid dumping shoes to different areas to make them look neat.
Having a pair of white shoes can be a stylish addition to any outfit, but keeping them clean and perfect can be a challenge.
White shoes easily attract dirt, scuffs and stains but with the right techniques and a little effort you can keep them looking fresh.
The first step of cleaning white shoes is to remove loose dirt. You can use a soft-bristle brush or a cloth to gently remove any loose dirt from the shoe surface.
This helps to prevent any dirt from being spread around during the cleaning process.
Secondly, create a cleaning solution. Most people encounter a challenge as they don’t know what to mix. In the cleaning process, you can use foam cleaner or dish soap with warm water in a bowl. Avoid using bleach or harsh chemicals as they damage the shoe material.
Third, you scrub gently. Dip a soft bristle brush into the cleaning solution and gently scrub the surface of your shoes. Focus on the areas that are stained. Be careful that you don’t scrub too vigorously as it can damage the shoe material.
For tough stains, you can apply a small amount of baking soda directly onto the stain and scrub it with a damp cloth.
Ensure that you take note of where you put your shoes to dry. Some shoes don’t need direct sunlight because of the material.
Avoid placing those white shoes in areas where it's dusty or where dirt will reach easily.
Always have a wrap where you will place your shoes after they dry. Avoid dumping shoes in different areas to make them look neat.