Step 1: Make sure to place a cloth or paper towel beneath your
shoes in order to not track dirt on whatever surface you're
using to clean your shoes.
Step 2: Make sure you have all of the supplies required to
perform the necessary tasks. Also, along with this, you should
make sure that you have the right products for the right type of
shoes. For example, suede and nubuck have a different product
that needs to be used on them then your basic shoe. So making
sure you have the right cleaner is essential to not completely
ruining your shoes. Sounds simple but I've seen many people
do this before.
Step 3: Now that you have all of your supplies you're ready to
start the cleansing. Grab a wet towel and make sure to turn
your water to a hot temperature. Next, soak the towel in hot
water. After this you apply the cloth to your shoes and gently
wipe them down to get the surface dirt or whatever mess
you're cleaning off.
Step 4: After you've got the first cycle of cleaning done, go
ahead and grab the shoe cleaner you're going to use. I like to
use the Soft Sole Instant Cleaner which you can buy at any basic
shoe store. It needs to be kept at room temperature for top
Step 5: For optimum results, make sure that you shake the can
to get the product ready for use.
Step 6: Apply the cleaner about 3-4 inches away off the shoes.
This is for instances you feel the need to spray the product
directly on the shoes. In other cases you can use a separate
towel from before to apply the product on there. If you spray
directly on the shoe make sure to give the product about 10-12
seconds to set in and get your best results.
Step 7: Apply cloth gently to shoe to firmly wipe the dirt away.
If the dirt will not go away try a tooth brush to get into the
creases and crevices that cannot be reached by a cloth. For the
laces and nylon areas you want to go ahead and use the teeth
Step 8: After you've let the shoe dry out, wipe it down with
another cloth to make sure all of the pr