How to clean white shoes without baking soda

Shoes represent your look and lifestyle, especially white ones. New white shoes make your look stylish, but they are too prone to get dirty on regular use. So you have to clean the shoe often to keep it fresh. It is better to clean the shoe with hand to keep the fabric safe. To clean the shoe, you will need different cleaning solutions and baking soda. In this article, we will talk about how to clean white shoes without baking soda. Don’t worry; the shoe gets clean. Just follow the steps correctly.

How to clean white shoes without baking soda

How to clean white shoes without baking soda

Before starting any of the cleaning methods, you have to loosen the dirt by slapping the shoes. You can also use soft rushes to remove the dirt.

# Using soap and water

Step 1

You can take any type of liquid dish soap to use. Take lukewarm water and mix one tablespoon liquid soap in the water. Stir the mixture with a brush. This mixture works for all shoe fabric.

Step 2

Take a clean cloth and wet it in the soap water. Then wipe the shoe in back and forth motion until the stains are removed. You can use a magic eraser to wipe the shoe; it is easy to use.

Step 3

Take a toothbrush and dip it. Scrub the shoe with it in a circular motion to remove the stains. Especially for the hard stains, use pressure while scrubbing. Dip the brush frequently per your use and stain.

Step 4

Use a paper towel or cloth to pat the dirt and water from the shoe. Please don’t use the towel to wipe across the shoe because it will spread the dirt in the shoe.

Step 5

After drying up the shoe, leave the shoe for 2-3 hours in a ventilated area to get dry completely.

# Using bleach

Step 1

Before using bleach, make sure your home is well ventilated. Mix the bleach and water in 1:5 proportion. Don’t use excess bleach, or else your shoe will get yellow bleach stains. Bleach is best to use in white shoe fabric. Wear gloves while working with bleach.

Step 2

Take a toothbrush and dip it in the bleach solution. Scrub the shoe with the brush in a circular motion. On the deep stains and soiled areas apply pressure in the fabric. Strat from the fabric, then go to the soles.

Step 3

Take a damp towel to wipe the bleach mixture from the shoe. Wet the towel with lukewarm water. Remove the Insoles while washing the shoe.

Step 4

Leave the shoe to get dry for 5-6 hours before using; it is better to leave it overnight. If your place is not well ventilated, then use a fan to dry the shoes.

# Using toothpaste

Step 1

Damp a cloth with clean water and wipe the shoe with it gently. Just damp the shoe, don’t soak it wet.

Step 2

Put toothpaste on the stains directly then spread it. Coat the toothpaste on the shoe in a circular motion. After applying the toothpaste. Set it for 10 minutes on the shoe. Don’t use gel toothpaste to clean the shoe.

Step 3

 Take a wet cloth to wipe the toothpaste from the shoe. Make sure there is no toothpaste left on the shoe after wiping.

Step 4

After wiping, let the shoe dry for 2-3 hours. Keep the shoe in a ventilated area or before a fan. You can also keep the shoe under the sun.

# Using washing machine

Step 1

Separate the shoelaces from the shoe and keep the shoes in the mesh bag.

Step 2

Set the washing machine in a gentle cycle, and you can use cold water

Step 3

Use mild laundry detergent and use the amount for a standard load machine. If your machine is a top-loader, then add shoes in a three-quarter water-filled tub.

Step 4

After finishing washing, air-dry the shoe.

Final thought

You will not need baking soda to wash white shoes as you can use other cleaning solutions to wash with. I hope this article about clean white shoes without baking soda will help you remove the stains from the white-shoe without any hassle. Try to maintain the shoe to keep it white as possible because sometimes the yellow stains don’t get away so quickly.

Jessica Alba

Jessica Alba is passionate about home improvement and design. As a child, she grew up helping her dad renovate their childhood home. Many of her skills came from this experience. Jessica loves DIY projects and sharing her passion for home design with others since she lives in Los Angeles.

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