Sometimes, running is all about speed. Whatever it takes to subtract a second off of your best time, whether that is the perfect launch or wearing the right gear for a better form. The Under Armour Flow Velociti Wind Prizm Running Shoes do away with rubber uppers and soles to create a lightweight running sneaker designed for speed. What’s more, they connect to the UA app, which provides expert coaching to help improve your form and time.
Though, with such a lightweight and high-performance shoe, you would do whatever it takes to clean and protect the sneakers to last many races to come. Getting dirt trapped in the uppers or ignoring stains too long could damage the shoe, making it harder to maintain your perfect form for that perfect run.
That is why it is crucial to know the multiple processes for how to clean the Under Armour Flow Velociti Wind Prizm Running Shoes.
The best place to start when it comes to taking care of your running sneakers is with Shoe MGK, a shoe care company that has been cleaning and restoring running shoes since 1992.
How to Clean Under Armour Flow Velociti Wind Prizm Running Shoes with Shoe MGK Cleaner and Conditioner
Sprints are all about having the perfect launch and form, and even the slightest blemish on your running sneakers could affect your outcome. That is why it is essential to keep your shoes clean. By utilizing the Shoe MGK Cleaner and Conditioner, you give your shoes a deep restorative clean because the shoe cleaner soaks into the uppers, attacking and breaking down dirt and debris on the molecular level.
Be sure to dilute the cleaner in a bowl of water to protect the coloring of the mesh, and scrub gently.
- Prep your UA Flow Velociti Wind Prizm Running Shoe by brushing off any excess dirt with the dry brush.
- Dip the brush into a clean bowl of water and add a few drops of cleaner to the brush.
- 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.
- For extra protection, follow the steps for Water and Stain Repellent below.
How to Protect the Under Armour Flow Velociti Wind Prizm Running Shoes with Shoe MGK Water and Stain Repellent
The absolute best way to ensure you get the best time when racing your sprints is to prevent the running sneakers from ever getting dirty to begin with. By spraying your shoes with the Shoe MGK Water and Stain Repellent, you put a protective barrier over the uppers that repels water, dirt, and stains from ever attaching to the sneaker. Instead, these blemishes bead up and roll off the sneaker, keeping them clean.
- Ensure the running sneakers are dry before applying the Water and Stain Repellent.
- Cover the entire shoe with spray. Add extra layers for a greater level of protection.
- Let dry for 24 hours.
How to Restore the Under Armour Flow Velociti Wind Prizm Running Shoe with Shoe MGK White Touch-Up
Keeping your shoes clean helps with the aerodynamics of your run, making the difference between finishing first or second. Unfortunately, the UA Running Shoes’ white soles are the most likely to see damage from prolonged wear and tear. By utilizing the Shoe MGK White Touch-Up, you put a durable coating over the white portions of the shoe, restoring them to their original brilliance.
- For best results, follow the steps above for cleaning the Flow Velociti SE Running Shoes.
- Shake the bottle of white touch-up with the cap on.
- Remove cap and invert bottle, making sure to press the applicator against the part of the shoe you wish to restore.
- Apply to all necessary areas
- Let dry.
*Use the Touch Up White applicator on tough stains, scuffs, and yellowing soles. Be careful when applying; make sure only to use it on white materials. Wipe clean.
Now you can run your races in confidence, knowing how to respect your shoes. With keeping your sneakers fresh, you have the aerodynamics to beat your last time and the potential to cross that line first. Keep Flow Velociti Wind Prizm Running Shoes clean with the Shoe MGK MVP Kit, and watch as your races improve!
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