How to Clean White Vans Shoes?
White Vans shoes, whether in canvas or leather, look brilliant when new and clean. Unfortunately, as striking as white can be, these shoes also get dirty very fast. The key to keeping your white Vans in a good state is to clean them frequently and correctly. Whether your shoes are classic canvas or leather, the cleaning method is very similar. It isn’t difficult, but it take time. Cleaners Ealing provide the following tips in order to save the good look of your precious Vans shoes:
Remove shoelaces if applicable. The laces can either be replaced or cleaned separately. If you want to clean them, soak them in laundry detergent.
Then take a toothbrush and start working with it to loose soil from the shoes. Combine water and 1 teaspoon of laundry detergent in a cup or bowl and dip the toothbrush in this cleaning solution.
Scrub stains on the upper with the damp toothbrush. When you are done with the canvas or leather areas, scrub the soles with the toothbrush. If stains persist, submerge the toothbrush directly in the detergent or baking soda, and work this into the material to loosen the stain.
Leave the shoes on a natural light if possible to dry. Next, use a white shoe polish or creme (for canvas or leather as applicable) on the shoes.(Cleaner Fulham advise you to better work with a polish or creme that comes with a sponge applicator tip). Holding the bottle upside down, squeeze the bottle to work the formula to the tip, and then dab the product onto the canvas.
Let the shoes to dry. If you notice you missed any stains after they are dry, re-apply the shoe creme or polish.