Not knowing what a night out will bring, you won't always know how your shoes will look in the morning. With these cleaning hacks you get them back in shape for the next party.
Scuff marks on rubber soles
Use a damp cloth dipped in warm water to remove surface stains. Next you’ll need a creamy bleach-based toothpaste to massage the stains off, using your fingertips. Afterwards, use a toothbrush to enhance witness by slowly brushing in circular motions.
Scuff marks on patent leather
Begin removing the scuff marks with a soft cloth and shoe cream. If the marks don't come off you can put some nail polish remover (with aceton) on a cotton pad and gently rub the stains off.
Stains on leather
Start with a soft cloth or brush to remove dirt, then mix some water with a little dish soap and dip a soft cloth in it, to wipe the exterior surfaces of the shoe. Wipe off the soap with a damp cloth an dry with a towel.
First of all, don't ever put white sneakers in the washing machine. If you do have stains on them use gentle shampoo in combination with warm water on oil stains, vinigar for small stains and one part bleach and five parts water for other stains. White nail polish is great to cover up scratches.
Dry teabags or baking soda (in a small bag) will absorb sweat and eliminate unpleasant odors. You can also spray the inside of your shoes with a combination of one part distilled white vinegar and one part water.
Dirt on suede shoes
Use a nail file to clean dirt off suede shoes. For scuff marks on suede shoes use a nail brush or white eraser. Never use water to clean suede!
Your shoes are ready for the next night out! Are you?