Hi there my beautiful lovelies! Hope you guys are doing well and staying safe. Today, I will share with you my favorite way to clean the rubber on my sneakers.
Cleaning The Rubber on My Sneakers
Don’t you hate the dirty rubbers on your sneakers? It’s disgusting, and unpleasant to look at. I just hate going out with dirty rubbers on my sneakers. What do I do to fix the issue? Well for lightly dirty rubber on my sneakers. I just use an eraser to erase the dirt away. I do this often without letting the dirt accumulate.
What About the Very Dirty Sneakers?
Baking Soda and Laundry Detergent Solution
Well according to wikiHow, just use your brush to apply the combination of baking soda and laundry detergent to the rubber portion of your shoes, then scrub it in. Using a circular motion with the brush is often the most effective way to remove dirt and grime. However, just remember before applying the baking soda and laundry detergent to the rubber portion, just use a brush to remove the loose dirt first.
Nail Polish Remover
The second option is nail polish remover. Yes, you heard me right. If it can remove nail polish, I don’t see why it can’t remove scuff marks and dirt off of white rubber soles. Simply soak a few cotton balls with a generous amount of nail polish remover, and scrub the white rubber soles of any shoes until they look nice and white. They’ll look brand new! Simply soak a few cotton balls with a generous amount of nail polish remover, and scrub the white rubber soles of any shoes until they look nice and white. Trust me, they’ll look brand new! However, DO NOT use nail polish on the canvas or fabric part of shoes because that might cause discoloring.
My dear lovelies! I would love to know your methods for cleaning the rubbers of your sneakers. Please comment below.
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