How To Wash Leather Soccer Shoes

Wondering how to wash leather soccer shoes? If you are planning to wash leather soccer shoes, there are many processes you need to grow through in order to get the job done. Professional soccer players don't have to wash their own cleats, especially if they are a part of big club teams. If you are not part of a big soccer team, you will probably have to wash your own cleats when they become dirty. The simple steps below show you how to wash leather soccer shoes in the near future.

To wash leather soccer shoes, you need:

  • Brush
  • Soap
  • Sunshine
  1. You will need to have access to a brush and soap if you want to wash leather soccer shoes. Leather shoes can be washed with just a brush and soap. You need to have a large pan for washing your leather soccer shoes. Fill a large pan with water.
  2. Remove the shoelaces. If you want to wash leather soccer shoes without using a washing machine, you need to untie the shoelaces. Soak the shoelaces in the pan filled the water. Wash the shoelaces with your hands and use your palms to get rid of their filthiness. Use enough soap for washing the shoelaces. Dry the shoelaces on a washing line.
  3. If you want to wash leather soccer shoes, you need to be very careful. Soak your shoes the pan containing some clean water. Wash the inner and outer sides of your leather soccer shoes with a brush and soap. Clean the soles of the shoes and rinse them afterwards. Consequently, dry your leather soccer shoes in a sunny place for hours.

 

 

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