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Hacks to Keep Your White Sneakers Clean

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Many white sneakers fans know how difficult it is to keep them in a good condition, especially white rubber part that should always be clean.

Even those who are more cautious will notice stains on the sneakers after short use. How to easily and efficiently clean them? We bring you a couple of tricks, which are the best for use.

Powerful blend – baking soda, water and vinegar.
Mix in the bowl the baking soda, water, and vinegar. Do not exaggerate in quantity. When you get the mixture, it’s most practical to use the old toothbrush to scrub white rubber and non-woven parts. It should not be too rough, stains quickly and easily will be removed. Then, once again, scrub the same parts with water and dry with a cloth.

Citric acid
Some say citric acid cleans and bleach the white rubber well. Take half a lemon, rub the gum and leave for 15 minutes and then rinse.

Toothpaste
You can use in the same way as a mixture of baking soda, vinegar and water. Put a little on the old brush and then rinse.

Medical alcohol or Aceton
Also, you can use medical alcohol in combination with the goblins blaze. Acetone is also a good choice in this variant, which removes many stubborn stains.

Detergents
Grab a bowl and mix one cup of water with two squirts of liquid dish detergent. Agitate until suds form, then use the tip of a cloth or paper towel to absorb some of the cleaning solutions. Rub over the stained area of the shoe, and repeat as necessary until the stain has been removed.

Don’t leave your white sneakers outside. They’re already getting enough UV exposure as it is, which can lead to fading and unwanted discolouration. Treat them well, and store them in a cool, dark place when they’re not being worn.

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