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Og Tony Shared What To Do If The Rubber Part Of The Shoe Is Black

Og Tony Shared What To Do If The Rubber Part Of The Shoe Is Black

  • Tuesday, 27 April 2021
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Do you usually worry about the black rubber part of your shoes? Today, Og Tony will tell you how to deal with the black rubber part of the shoe!

1. White nail polish

This is the most trouble-free "white shoe cheats". Just apply white nail polish on the side of the blackened shoe, but this method can only be used on a small area, and it can only be regarded as a first aid method.

2. Toothpaste method

This is the most commonly used method, and it works well. First brush the shoes with transparent soap and soft brush, and wash them with water; then brush the shoes with pure white toothpaste, and then wash them with water; finally, wrap the shoes with toilet paper and place them in a cool and ventilated place.

3. White vinegar method

First dilute a certain amount of white vinegar, put it in the shoes and soak for 1-2 hours, and then use a small soft brush with a little detergent to scrub the edges of the shoes. After a few minutes, you will find the soles of the shoes look new. It should be noted that when configuring the white vinegar solution, you must pay attention to the concentration, the concentration should not be too high, too high will damage the shoes, especially the shoes with patterns are easy to fade. Of course, the concentration should not be too low. Too low will not dissolve the stains. It is recommended to mix 200ml of water with white vinegar around the cap of a small bottle.

4. Baking soda

Whether it’s yellowing sneakers or clothes, you can kill them all. Just dissolve a spoonful of baking soda in a small basin of water, then put the shoes to be washed in and soak for a while (except leather shoes), and then wash with soap. The yellow ones are very stubborn, so use hot water and baking soda to soak your shoes for better results.

5.84 disinfectant

First, clean the dirty shoes in advance, then pour clean water into the basin, add 84 disinfectant and stir evenly, then put the shoes flat in the basin, just after the black soles are covered by the water, then soak for one night (The degree of blackening is different, and the soaking time is different. You can grasp the details by yourself). After taking it out, rinse it with clean water, wrap it in toilet paper, and dry it in a ventilated place.

6. Hydrogen peroxide method

In a basin of clean water, add 3% hydrogen peroxide and a little ammonia to make it slightly alkaline. Generally, after soaking and bleaching for 3-5 hours at room temperature, brush the edges of the shoes with a brush. After washing, put them in the sun to dry.

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