How to Clean Shoes for Crews Everlight Slip-On

Inside, you find many choices for on-the-job shoes, and the most comfortable is the Shoes for Crews Everlight Slip-Ons.

It’s your first day on the job. You flew through the interview, convinced the manager you’re perfect for the team, and you start. On the first day, you go through some onboarding paperwork. Boring but standard. Mostly rules, regulations, and trainings. But one form is more important than the rest—the Shoes for Crews catalog. Inside, you find many choices for on-the-job shoes, and the most comfortable is the Shoes for Crews Everlight Slip-Ons.

With the synthetic knit upper, the sneakers mold perfectly to your feet–making them comfortable for all-day wear. The soles are non-slip, which enhances stability while on-the-job, and on your feet for hours at a time. What’s more, you won’t slip on grease spills or on-the-job hazards. These shoes are perfect for retail and food service alike. Seeing as your starting your new retail job, you know these sneakers were the ideal choice.

With such a comfortable and stable work shoe, it is essential to protect them with the world’s best shoe cleaner. Shoe MGK has cleaned Shoes for Crews sneakers for three decades and specifically derived their formula from all-natural ingredients to be safe on the synthetic knit uppers.

So without further ado, let’s get into how to clean Shoes for Crews Everlight Slip-On with the Shoe MGK Clean and Protect Kit.

How to Clean Shoes for Crews Everlight Slip-On with Shoe MGK Cleaner and Conditioner

Your work sneakers arrive in the mail just in time for your next shift. You slip them on and take them to the sales floor. They are comfortable, and staying on your feet has never been easier. You’re walking on clouds. However, the longer you’re on your shift, the more your shoes get dirty. They are no longer up to company standards after that drink was spilled on your shoes and dirt dried up in the liquid. That is why utilizing the Shoe MGK Cleaner and Conditioner is crucial. The shoe cleaner soaks into the mesh material where it attacks and breaks down dirt and debris on the molecular level. This process ensures the slip-ons get a deep clean that has them ready for your next shift and up to company standards.

When shoes are made of a delicate material like the synthetic knit uppers: Be sure to dilute the cleaner in a bowl of water to protect the coloring of the mesh, and scrub gently.

  1. Prep your Shoes for Crews sneakers by brushing off any excess dirt with the dry brush.
  2. Dip the brush into a clean bowl of water and add a few drops of cleaner to the brush.
  3. Lather the entire shoe with the shoe brush until the solution becomes foamy. Wipe away the excess solution with a clean towel. Repeat until the shoe is clean.
  4. For extra protection, follow the steps for Water and Stain Repellent below.

How to Protect Shoes for Crews Everlight Slip-On with Shoe MGK Water and Stain Repellent

Every company has a look that they expect their employees to maintain. You know this, your coworkers know this, and your manager enforces it. The dress code goes down to the shoes. That is why you must ensure your shoes stay clean even while wearing them. The best way to keep your slip-ons work-ready is to prevent them from ever getting dirty. By spraying the Shoes for Crews with the Shoe MGK Water and Stain Repellent, you put a protective barrier over the shoe that repels all water, dirt, and stains from attaching to the shoes. Instead, these blemishes bead up and roll off the mesh material, keeping your shoes clean while you wear them.

  1. Ensure the Shoes for Crews are dry before applying the Water and Stain Repellent. 
  2. Cover the entire shoe with spray. 
  3. Add extra layers for a greater level of protection. 
  4. Let dry for 24 hours.

Show up to your new job and show them you know how to appreciate your kicks. With the Shoe MGK Clean and Protect Kit, your work shoes will always be ready for that next shift and maintain the company dress code. Remember to respect your shoes!

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