White sneakers are always so beautiful but they’re also the definition of high-maintenance because they really can’t handle dirt. One, two and they’re chronically dirty If you’re looking to get a new pair of sneakers, you’ve probably questioned whether or not you should even get a pair of white sneakers. Well, if keeping them clean is all that you’re worried about, here are some tips to help with that.
Take An Uber
Rule number one, if you’re going out in white sneakers, make sure that you’re sticking to the concrete. That means walking as little as possible between your room and your destination. Take an Uber or a Bolt and avoid walking as much as possible. That way when you show up, your shoes will actually be white and you’ll be able to get them home in good shape as well.
Get A Shoe Tooth Brush
Another thing that white sneakers are notorious for is how hard they hard to clean. Using a toothbrush (‘Smokers’ toothbrush is a good choice because those bristles are the hardest ever). Usually, you would want to use your toothbrush for the soles because the soles are the hardest part to clean of white shoes.
Use Tooth Paste Or The Vinegar/Baking Soda Combo
Once you have your toothbrush you can use some white-gel toothpaste to get the dirt out of your sneakers. If you have some baking soda though a better solvent would be making a paste by adding the baking soda to some vinegar.