White shoes are often the hardest shoes to clean due to the nature of white fabric and how easily it dirties. When looking at white nikes, there are thousands of styles to choose from. Whether it is the vintage blazers, jordans, or the ever popular Air Force 1’s, cleaning white nikes can prove to be a difficult task. However, all you need is a white shoe cleaner.
White shoe cleaner comes in many forms. From polish, to conditioner, or even protection, one could find themselves purchasing many different products to keep their white nikes clean. Or, you could get the The MVP Kit from Shoe MGK: The world’s greatest shoe cleaner.
When looking at how to clean white nikes, we always start with The MVP Kit. The MVP features two bottles of Cleaner and Conditioner for all types of materials, a bottle of waterproofing water and stain repellent, and a bottle of touch up white for restoration. This Kit will work on any shoes or sneakers, but it works especially well when cleaning white shoes.
Here is the step by step guide for how to clean white Nikes:
- Start by setting aside a small bucket of water. Brush of any excess dirt or surface level stains with the dry brush.
- Apply a small amount of Shoe MGK Cleaner and Conditioner to the wet brush and gently lather the solution into the shoe. Start with small areas and brushing in small circles.
- Once you see the solution begin to bubble and become soapy, wipe the shoe clean with a dry towel.
- Use the touch up white applicator on tough stains, scuffs, and yellowing soles. Dab the brush on a hard surface to activate the solution. Apply to white areas of the shoe to restore them to their original brilliance. Let dry.
- Take the Shoe MGK Water and Stain repellent and spray thoroughly and evenly on the entire area of the shoe. This product will even lift stubborn stains, scuffs, and oils. Let dry completely for 24 hours.
For some people out there, cleaning white nikes seems impossible and they just end up buying a new pair. For the Shoe MGK Army, cleaning white nikes is easy M-V-P. For more information on how to clean white shoes, check out this video. Respect Your Shoes!