Cleaning White Shoes: There’s a Faster and Easier Way

white sneakers are a wardrobe staple for many, but it’s only a matter of time before they get dirty and need a good cleaning.

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And the longer you leave it to clean your white shoes, the harder it will be.

A new way to clean white shoes

This is where the Philips sneaker cleaner comes into play. This new device makes it easier and faster to clean your shoes.

The Philips Sneaker Cleaner is a battery-powered cleaning tool that does up to 500 revolutions per minute. It comes with three different brushes to help keep your shoes clean. The soft brush is for all-purpose use, ideal for mesh and canvas, and the stiff brush is for deep cleaning hard surfaces like textured rubber or shoe soles. The soft sponge is intended for delicate materials such as PVC, leather and suede. It also has a water resistant head that protects the device while in use.

The sneaker cleaner is lightweight, cordless and therefore portable, making it a handy item to have in your laundry or when travelling.

Can I use dish soap to clean my shoes?

If you don’t mind damaging your shoes, you can throw old shoes in the Washing machine. But your first line of defense should be to try cleaning your shoes with a combination of dish soap and vinegar. You can get the recipe here.

If spot cleaning doesn’t work and you want to try cleaning your shoes in the washing machine, here’s a step-by-step instructions from the cleaning expert.

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More Tips for Keeping Shoes White

Although there are many tops for cleaning white shoes, prevention is better than cure. If you’re really concerned about your white shoes, it’s a good idea to treat them with a stain and water repellent treatment before you wear them out. This will make cleaning your poop shoes easier.

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