White shoes can be a struggle to keep clean especially after a muddy festival, it does take a little extra time and commitment. Who knows; you may even have people asking if your white shoes are new, long after you bought them. A little effort can go a long way!
You Will Need:
- A toothbrush
- Acetic Acid 6%
- Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate
Combine one tablespoon of hot water, one tablespoon of Acetic Acid 6%, and one tablespoon of Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate. Mix until it reaches a paste-like consistency.
Work (using an old toothbrush) to brush the mixture onto the canvas areas of your shoes. Work in circular motions for best results.
Once the shoes are covered, leave them outside in bright, warm sunlight for 3-4 hours.
Once the mixture is dry, clap the shoes together to remove it; brushing again with a toothbrush should remove it all. *Shoes should be several shades whiter.*
NOTE: BEFORE USING ANY OF THE PRODUCTS LISTED PLEASE READ ANY SAFETY AND PRECAUTIONS TO THIS PRODUCT BEFORE USAGE.
PLEASE ALSO COMPLETE A PATCH TEST.
APC Pure does not accept any responsibility, this is a guide only.