How to clean white leather trainers
Keeping white leather trainers boxfresh can be a daunting task, but we’ve put together a few tips to help you out.
Step one: remove crusty mud
White trainers will pick up mud like nothing you’ve ever seen before, this means you need to be careful in the first place. We all get stuck in some inevitable rough weather though. Make sure you let the mud dry, and knock it off before cleaning.
Step two: treat the laces
Clean laces make a difference, especially on white trainers. Whip them out and add them to washing up liquid and warm water, ensuring you rinse and leave them to naturally dry afterwards.
Step three: wipe the leather & scrub soles
Avoid using any harsh cleaning products, use a touch of washing up liquid in warm water to lightly clean the leather. Use soft cloths for soft surfaces and go for an old toothbrush on the tougher textures and soles.
Step four: let them dry
Remove insoles and open the trainers up to the air. Leave them to dry naturally (not on top of radiators). You can even stuff the shoes with tissue or newspaper to help soak up excess from inside.
Step five: use shoe protector & whitener
You can’t help scuffs, so when they come it’s a good idea to treat them with shoe protector during cleaning. Finish off with a trainer whitener and pen any marks in, this should leave them almost as good as new!
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