Currently, the manufacture of cloth tennis shoes has become popular among sports brands, since, among other things, they are more breathable and more flexible than leather or similar synthetic material, therefore, in this article we are going to tell you " how to whiten cloth tennis shoes " correctly, knowing that it is very common that when cleaning or washing white tennis shoes an unwanted yellowish color can remain on them.
how to make my white sneakers again?
1. We are going to use the rule "1/5" a measure of chlorine and 4 measures of water.
When we are going to whiten our cloth tennis shoes, we must choose an open or sufficiently ventilated place. We are going to pour a measure of chlorine and 4 measures of water into a container, we must be careful in the amount of chlorine we use, always remember to use the 1/5 rule, since otherwise your tennis shoes may not have the result desired and boy do we not want yellow sneakers.
Chlorine will work great for bleaching canvas sneakers, but it's not as kind to your skin, so be sure to wear gloves to avoid irritating your skin.
2. Brush in small circles with light pressure.
It is time to carve, choose a small brush (you can use a toothbrush that you no longer use) and let's start by applying light pressure to the tennis fabric while brushing in small circles, first we will go over the fabric and then on the sole try to focus on the spots where your sneakers are dirtiest in order to successfully whiten your cloth sneakers.
3. Clean the solution from your sneakers.
It's time to Clean your sneakers from the solution! we will start with the fabric or mesh and then with the sole, for this we are going to use a microfiber towel, we are going to submerge it several times in preferably lukewarm water and we are going to let the water drain by itself until it is only damp.
Once the towel is wet we are going to clean all traces of chlorine that is on the surface of your sneakers by passing the towel with some pressure, you can repeat this step several times to make sure you remove all the chlorine that has remained.
4. Let your sneakers dry for at least 6 to 8 hours
The last step to whiten cloth tennis shoes is to let them dry, try to leave them in a ventilated place for 6 to 8 hours before using them again.
With these steps, your "white" canvas tennis shoes will be white again.
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