I’m not a big fan of washing your shoes. I know that many people can’t get enough of the trick of wearing a pair of shoes. But if you have a lot of clothes on, just don’t leave them around the house at the beach or in the woods. The right shoes may not be as good as the wrong ones, but they’ll still be there if you want to.
You can be more effective at getting rid of the little wrinkles on the soles of your shoes by doing a little bit of work. You can take a pair of scissors and cut a little strip of tape around the sole to help avoid the creases you leave. You can also cut a little hole in the back of your shoes, and fill it with some body wash or shower gel. I found this tip the most useful when someone was trying to dry my shoes while I was in the shower.
Also if you’re washing your shoes in the sink, you’d be better off using a washcloth, not a shower sponge. Shallow water will leave a lot of water marks on your shoes, plus it’s much more difficult to remove the water using the sponge.
The other tip I found useful was that if you’re using a soap bar or shampoo (or both), don’t use the one with the barcode logo. You can’t wash some parts of your body without leaving others wet.
I couldnt agree with that more.
I hate to be a cliche but I think if you use a barcode soap or shampoo or both on an item that already has a barcode sticker on it, you might as well just wash your hands. Your hands are essentially a washing machine. It’s not just that they’re hard to wash, it’s the fact that they will leave very messy fingerprints on the item.
Like I said before, most people wash their hands a lot but not all of their hands. So if you wash your hands, you will leave behind a bunch of fingerprints for some people, but not for others. I like to wash my hands often and then stick them in a dish soap or wash them in hot water. But I hate to have my hands getting all over my new shoes.
So I’m not quite sure that your shoes are actually washing away. I mean, if I did a google search for how to wash shoes, the first few results usually start with “wash them in water with some soap and cold water”, but with a quick check, I found that if I wash my shoes in hot water, they will not leave a mark. But if my shoes are cold water, they will leave a mark.