You will need
- - washing powder;
- - vinegar;
- - toothpaste or powder;
- - citric acid;
- - bleach;
Wash sneakers in the washing machine or manually by adding bleaching powder. But before you do, look at the label of the product – not all shoes can be subjected to prolonged exposure to water. But if the shoes are old, and you're not afraid to ruin – take a chance. Usually after that they become white.
Dissolve an optical or oxygen bleach (and bleach) in warm water. Make a solution of 2-times concentrated than indicated in the instructions. Pour it in a basin, the depth should be such that only hid the soles of sneakers. After a few hours rinse your shoes, and if necessary, clean with a sponge.
Apply to wet toothbrush little tooth powder or a whitening toothpaste and brush the soles of their shoes. Rinse thoroughly or wipe with a damp cloth soaked in clean water.
To whiten the soles from the sneakers with the help of liquid varnish remover or acetone. Apply onto a cotton pad or small piece of bandage. Treat problem areas. Before cleaning the entire sole, try in an inconspicuous place.
Dilute acetic acid with water in the ratio 1:3. The resulting solution remove the gray plaque from the soles. Is vinegar suitable citric acid - it can not be diluted. Just pour crystal powder on a damp cloth or brush, then clean the rubber part of sneakers.
If the soles of sneakers appeared black stripes, clear them in the usual eraser or a piece of white rubber. Then wipe with a cloth and apply some white cream.
Contact the dry cleaners and ask if they shoes. If so, you're in luck. Give the sneakers in the hands of professionals, and in a few days take in its original form without the slightest hint of a dirty sole.