Cleaning Hack: How To Keep Your White Sneakers Fresh

Cleaning Hack: How To Keep Your White Sneakers Fresh

June 07, 2016

cleaning white sneakers

A crisp white sneaker is the epitome of fresh. As much as we love white sneakers, we hate them too because they get dirty so easily. So we tend to baby them and not wear them as much as we'd like. Specialty cleaners tend to be pricey and often offer mediocre results, so we're excited to share this ultimate cleaning hack to help you keep your white shoes crispy.

It's super simple and super easy. All it takes is the Mr. Clean Magic Eraser sponge (or a similar product) and 5 minutes of your time. Simply wet the sponge, squeeze out the excess water and gently rub it on your shoes. Be careful not to rub too vigorously as you don't want to take the finish off of the leather. It works like a charm and is amazing for cleaning the soles as well.

Take a look at our before and after pictures to see for yourself. I had a nasty looking black mark on the heel of my shoe and I managed to clean it up pretty well.

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Size Guide
Choosing your size.
If you are unfamiliar with European sizing, it can be useful to measure your feet before ordering. Doing so will take just a few minutes, and save you the unnecessary time involved in exchanging your shoes. You can estimate your shoe size by measuring your foot length toe to heel.


Place your heel against the wall and on a piece of paper mark the tip of your longest toe. Measure the distance between the wall and your toe marking. Repeat the process for your other foot. Use the measurement of your larger foot as your shoe size.