How to clean Nike running shoes

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nike running shoesIn the world of sport brands, Nike emerges as one of the best in the business. Their shoes are always in top-notched quality and unbelievable durability. However, how long it will take for the shoes to wear out depends on how well you “preserve” them, i.e use and keep them with care. In order to do that, it is necessary to know how to clean them so as to keep them in excellent state for as long as possible. Here are some simple ways to clean them
First and foremost, after having been used each time, scrape off the dirt and other things that got stucked to the shoes while you have been strolling around in the street. They will cause your shoes to wear out much faster and to appear much older than they really are. In order to do that, tap the shoes against each other, use a bit of force if necessary but not too much otherwise their lifespan could be shortened dramatically. For hard-to-come-off stuffs such as chewing gum and mud, extra care and specialized treatments are required so as not to damage the shoes any further. For mud, wait for the mud to dry before using something small to get most of them off your precious shoes, an old toothbrush is highly recommended. The mud will come out very easily and wash the rest with water and let them dry naturally. For chewing gum, use something small to get as much of it off as possible. After that, apply ice cube to the remaining gum and scrape it off. Afterwards, put them neatly on the shelf.

In addition, they need to be washed once in the while, once every 2 months should be enough. After 2 months of being intensively used, your shoes need washing so that they stay clean and ready to hit the road with style once again. Read the instruction carefully and act accordingly. Don’t wash with hot water if it told you to wash with cold water only or don’t wash with water if it told you tp dry-clean only. It is recommended that you wash your Nike running shoes or (giày nike chính hãng) in Vietnamese and their laces separately in order you wash them faster, easier and cleaner too. After thorough washing, leave your shoes to dry naturally. Preferably, leave them under the sun, but if not possible, leaving them in front of the fan should be a good alternative, stuff some old newspaper inside to suck up the water and to speed up the dry process exponentially. Don’t use radiator or any direct heat source to dried them as it could deform your shoes
Follow these instructions and your shoes should last for as long as you want. I hope that you find these information useful.

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