How to Clean 4 Types of Shoes Fast

New things will bring fulfillment to people. New shoes also give you a positive frame of mind. But shoes are consumables at all, and they will get dirty and old as time goes by. Recently, we’ve received emails from customers to ask how to maintain or clean their shoes. That’s why this article was written. Wanna keep your shoes new and clean as far as possible? Here are some ways to clean or maintain shoes made of all types of materials.


1.Leather, Patent Leather, and Faux Leather Shoes

What You Need: Soft Brush, Dry Soft Cloth, White Vinegar, Water

How to Clean:

  • Put crumpled paper inside before cleaning. Use a soft brush to remove superficial dust.

  • Wiping off shoes with a dry soft cloth dipped in a solution of equal parts cool water and distilled white vinegar. This works particularly well to remove any salt stains.

  • Allow the shoes to air dry completely.

    If shoes and time allowed, apply the shoe oil with a soft cloth, using small circular motions to rub it deep into the leather all over. Attention: Avoid using water to clean your leather shoes.

    2.Suede Upper Shoes


    What You Need: Soft Brush, Clean Cloth, Clean Bath Towel, White Vinegar, Eraser

    How to Clean:

    • Put crumpled paperinside before cleaning. Use a soft brush to remove superficial dust.
    • For really tough grime, pour a little white vinegar on a clean cloth and gently wipe the affected areas.
    • Remove stains with a suede eraser or pencil eraser.
    • Rub the surface of your shoes with a clean bath towel. Wipe in the direction of the grain, and avoid any vigorous back-and-forth motions.

    3.Mesh Upper Shoes


    What you need: Soft Brush, Baking Soda, White Vinegar, Soft Wet Cloth

    How to Clean:

    • Using a dry brush to remove any excess dirt
    • Mixing together one part baking soda and one part vinegarand letting it sit on the dirty spot for about 15 minutes.
    • Gently scrub for a minute or two, and then wipe clean with a soft wet cloth. Let the shoe air dry.

    4.Knitted Upper Shoes


    What You Need: Soft Brush, Mild Bath Soap, Warm Water, Wet Towel, Dry Towel

    How to Clean:

    • Clean the sole with a soft brush.
    • Wet the shoes upper with warm water.Squeeze the soap lather onto the knit upper.
    • Let the soap lather soak in. Then, use a wettowel to blot out the soap lather.
    • Repeat 3 until all visible dirt is removed.
    • Use a dry towel to blot dry any areas that are still visibly wet, and let air dry.

    5.Maintain Tips for all Shoes


    • Clean the dirt in time.
    • Keep away from direct heat and sunlight while drying and storing.
    • Put a shoe stretcher (or just crumpled paper) inside to keep the shoes’
    • Use enclosed shoe cabinets or shoe boxes.

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