Are you a fitness freak or just beginning your journey to get fit? Running is a very popular form of exercise and, to that end, you may have bought expensive high-end running shoes with long durability. Yet, whether you go running in your neighborhood or a nearby park, you always end up with dirty shoes despite all your precautions and care.
While the simplest solution may seem to be just throwing them into the washing machine, doing so will seriously impair the strength and life of your running shoes. The same goes for tossing them into the dryer.
In fact, as far as your running shoes or trainers are concerned, you need to avoid dunking them in water to clean them the right way.
We’ve got the perfect way to clean running shoes the right way, both inside and out, without causing any damage. It won’t take a lot of effort, either.
Steps to Clean Your Running Shoes
Things you’ll need:
- Baking soda – 2 tablespoons
- Liquid dish soap – 1 teaspoon
- Kitchen sponge
- Old, clean toothbrush
- Soft cloth
- Paper towels
Step 1. Remove the laces and use baking soda to clean the insoles