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How To Get Scuff Marks Off White Adidas Sneakers

White shoes hit trends pretty badly in the latest years and I bet that every fashionista has a pair. They give a nice and fresh aspect to every outfit making you look impeccable. Dress to impress they say! In this regard, I purchase some classics: Adidas White Sneakers. They match any summer outfit.

But, the only problem with such sneakers is dirt. Any line of dirt, grime is visible on white sneakers, especially scuff marks.

In a previous article I was telling you how to clean dirty White Adidas Sneakers, but scuff marks on white sneakers are another problem. So, if cleaning white Adidas sneakers without ruining them was a total success, let’s see if removing those creepy scuff marks from white Adidas sneakers is the same thing.

Step-by-step cleaning process:

  • Start by doing a cleaning sweep of the shoe using a wet cloth soaked in soapy water.
  • The next move is to apply some toothpaste on an old toothbrush and scrub the scuff marks away. Wipe away any remaining toothpaste using a wet washcloth and let the shoes dry out.

Needed Ingredients:

  • dish soap
  • warm water
  • toothpaste

Needed Items:

  • cloth
  • old toothbrush

Toothpaste was my method in removing any sign of scuff mark out of my White Adidas Sneakers. However, there are other handy solutions you can use if you don’t want to consume your toothpaste such as:

White Vinegar
Pour some white vinegar on a dry washcloth and rub it over the scuff marks. To neutralize the smell, wipe the shoes off with clean water afterward. Dry the shoes with a towel, or place them in the sun.

Baking Soda
If toothpaste or white vinegar doesn’t work, mix together two tablespoons of baking soda and warm water. Using a cloth, apply a small amount of the paste to the mark and scrub. Add more paste as needed. Finally, wipe the paste off with a clean damp cloth and dry.

I know that many people recommend using nail polish remover to get scuff marks out of leather sneakers, but under no circumstance try using it on White Adidas Sneakers. You will ruin their surface by fading the color. On the other hand you can try rubbing alcohol on a Q-tip. Rub gently each scuff mark until its gone.

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