Hi Linda, this video will show you how https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=plijXdDS-g4
Here are directions for doing just that, complete with models:
Brush off any loose dirt and then mix a mild cleaning solution with laundry detergent and water. Remove the laces to soak separately or scrub them with a brush. Scrub the entire surface of the shoes with the mixture and rinse. Be sure to clean the soles too. If the shoes have a removable insole, remove that for cleaning.
I've also just thrown them in the washer and they've turned out great!
I sell a lot of items on Ebay. For tennis/athletic shoes I use white toothpaste (not gel) and a damp toothbrush. Also works on copper, brass, gold, silver, porcelain, ceramics, plastics, etc. For my sales I needed one product for cleaning everything. A dab of toothpaste on a damp toothbrush and gently brush letting it foam up. Wipe off with a damp cloth. For large items I use a dab of toothpaste on a damp cloth.
You can make a DIY scrub of hydrogen peroxide and baking soda. The peroxide is a natural whitener.
Hello. Are you talking about the canvas cloth areas or the rubber parts? I like the Oxiclean particularly the pre-treating fabric laundry products as well as sometimes the carpet cleaners for stains in wearable items. Spray scrub and rinse.
This is a great idea, thank you for your recommendation, I will definitely use it. I can also recommend you an excellent article in which I learned a lot about How to Wash and Dry Tennis Shoes. This is very important, I know, because shoes are a necessary part of every tennis player because you need to move quickly and easily on the court, and comfortable shoes that have been taken care of, perfectly cope with their task. That is why I advise you to read this article, I am sure you will find something important for yourself
The Best Ways to Clean White Sneakers
Hi Linda, hope this gets your tennis shoes clean and white.
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Hi Linda: In a small bowl, mix 1 tablespoon of baking soda, one-half tablespoon water and one-half tablespoon hydrogen peroxide to create a smooth paste.
Gently brush the mixture into the shoe's surface with an old toothbrush, just firm enough to work out any loose dirt and work the paste in.
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We've used the hydrogen peroxide and baking soda trick for years on my kids' white sneakers. Works great, just be careful with the scrubbing, you don't want to damage the fibers.