White shoes that are clean.

White shoes are bright and stylish, but they can get dirty from normal wear and tear.You will need to clean your shoes often in order to keep them neat.If you want to preserve the fabric, you can use various cleaning solutions, like soapy water, baking soda, bleach, and toothpaste.You will have shoes that look fresh once they are clean.

Step 1: 1 c of warm water is all you need to mix dish soap.

You can use liquid dish soap to clean your shoes.The soap will make the water sudsy but still clear.The toothbrush will evenly mix the cleaning solution.White leather shoes can be washed with soap and water.If you don’t want to use dish soap, you can use white vinegar.

Step 2: A magic eraser can be used to clean the soles and rubber pieces.

Put the magic eraser in the water and wring it out.In short back and forth motions, wipe the leather, rubber, or plastic parts of your shoes.All stains and scuffs need to be removed before the eraser can be used.There are magic erasers in the cleaning section of the store.

Step 3: You can scrub stains with a toothbrush.

The bristles of the toothbrush need to be wet.The bristles should be worked in small circular motions on the surface of your shoes.Use a small amount of pressure to get the cleaning solution into the shoe.It’s a good idea to keep the toothbrush you use to clean out of the bathroom.

Step 4: Excess water can be removed with a towel.

To remove the soapy water and dirt from the shoe, use a cloth or paper towel.You could spread the dirt across the fabric if you wiped the towel on it.Don’t use the towel to dry your shoes.Remove the cleaning solution from the surface.

Step 5: Let your shoes dry.

Put them in a well-ventilated area in your home after you pat them with a towel.Leave them alone for at least 2 hours.You can leave your shoes to dry overnight if you clean them at night.

Step 6: Take 1 part of bleach and 5 parts of water.

In a well-ventilated area in your home, mix the bleach and water in a small container.If you use more bleach, it could give your shoes a yellow hue.It’s best to use bleach for white fabric shoes.While working with bleach, wear nitrile gloves.

Step 7: You can loosen stains with a toothbrush.

Start scrubbing your shoes by dipping the toothbrush in bleach solution.Focus on areas that are dirty and deep stains.The stains should be visible when you look at the fabric.Start with the fabric of your shoes.

Step 8: Use a damp towel to wipe the bleach solution off of your shoes.

Wet a soft microfiber towel in warm water and wring it out.As you wipe the towel over your shoes, apply gentle pressure.You can run your shoes under the faucet if you want to.

Step 9: The shoes can be dried in aventilated area.

You should leave your shoes in the room for at least 6 hours before you wear them again.If you can dry them completely, try to let them dry overnight.You can speed up the drying process by putting a fan in front of your shoes.

Step 10: The paste was made from baking soda, hot water, and vinegar.

In a bowl, add hot water, white vinegar, and baking soda.Continue until you get a thick paste.The baking soda will bubble as it reacts.Baking soda can be used to clean canvas, mesh, or fabric shoes.If your paste is not straight, add more baking soda.

Step 11: You can use a toothbrush to work the baking soda paste into your shoes.

Put the toothbrush head in your paste and brush it into your shoes.To absorb the paste, apply gentle pressure to the bristles.Baking soda paste can be used to cover the exterior of your shoes.When you wash your toothbrush, make sure the paste doesn’t dry in the bristles.

Step 12: Put the paste on the shoes for 3-4 hours.

The paste can dry if the shoes are set in direct sunlight.You can scratch the dried paste with a fingernail if you leave them outside.Put your shoes in a well-ventilated room if you can’t keep them outside.

Step 13: Use a dry brush to remove the paste from your shoes.

The paste will fall to the ground if you hit the soles of your shoes together outside.Remove dried paste chunks from your shoes with a dry toothbrush.Lay a sheet on the ground to catch the dried paste.

Step 14: To get your shoes wet, wipe them with a cloth.

Take a microfiber cloth or towel and wipe it across your shoes.If you get your shoes damp, the toothpaste will foam up.It’s possible to use toothpaste on fabric, mesh or sneakers.

Step 15: Rub the toothpaste into the shoes with a toothbrush.

Put the toothpaste on the stains on your shoes.If you want to coat the entire area with toothpaste, spread it thin.Allow the toothpaste to set for 10 minutes after you work it into the shoes.It is important to use a non-gel toothpaste.Other colors can stain your shoes.

Step 16: Use a wet cloth to wipe the toothpaste and dirt away.

The same wet cloth can be used to wipe the toothpaste off of your shoes.Make sure to remove all of the toothpaste from your shoes.

Step 17: Allow your shoes to air dry for a few hours.

In a well-ventilated room, place your shoes in front of a fan.The shoes should be left to dry.Your shoes should look a bit lighter once they are dry.You can speed up the drying process by leaving your shoes outside.