How to Clean Your White Leather Sneakers


Even though most people are confined to their homes due to the COVID-19 outbreak, but at least our shoes will be clean and glamorous when heading out. When having white leather sneakers, you want them to maintain their new look at all times. This is possible if you prioritize cleaning and store them in the right place.

But do you understand what it takes to clean your pair of white leather sneakers and leave them looking brand new? If not, then there is no need to panic. In this post, we will share someof the things to do when cleaning your white leather sneakers.

Rub Away Visible Dirt or Grime

When out and about, your white leather kicks will collect dust, dirt, or grime from the environment.  Before cleaning them with water, use a soft cloth in rubbing away the visible dirt or grime. Remember to clean the soles of the shoes and see how much dirt this action lifts up. The secret lies in making the piece of cloth damp, but not dripping wet before cleaning your white leather sneakers.  Be sure to dry the shoes thoroughly since moisture does more harm than good to leather.

Wash the Shoelaces

Clean white leather sneakers with dirty shoelaces are never going to look appealing. That’s why you must also clean those shoelaces and ensure they’re sparkling clean and match the kicks. To pull this off successfully, fill a small bowl with warm, soapy water. Soak the shoelaces for about 10 minutes after which you should scrub them clean.

Keep in mind the shoelaces may at times appear torn or fray. When this is the case, it is highly advisable for you to buy a fresh set. It is then that you’ll make your white leather sneakers look brand new.

Cleaning your white leather sneakers should never be the underlying reason why you are going through a hard time. All it takes is for you to understand the process to be followed and you’ll never spend most of your time cleaning the leather sneakers.


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