You will need
  • — a means for washing dishes;
  • — the soft brush;
  • paper towels;
  • — baking soda.
Unlace the shoes and take out all inserts. Dirty laces can be washed in the machine in normal mode and let them air dry.
Dissolve the detergent in warm water. You can use liquid detergent and special cleaning soap shoes.
Immerse the shoes in a basin with water and RUB them inside and out with a soft brush. Rinse the shoes under running soap and use a paper towel to blot the moisture. You can throw sneakers in the washing machine, but rare manufacturer put on the label of their products, the icon allowing this method of washing. Soap and hot water easily spoil the leather or suede athletic shoes (they should be subjected only to dry cleaning).
After washing, fill the sneakers a large number of crumpled paper towels. This will keep the shape of shoes during the drying process. Leave shoes to air dry in a well ventilated area. Several times replace paper towels as they quickly filled with water. Do not use tumble drying - this can damage the rubber soles and linings.
After drying lace up your running shoes and insert the orthotics. If there are any scuffs, use special dyes and impregnation for shoes.
Pour a few teaspoons of baking soda inside the Shoe – it will absorb any unpleasant odors that may have remained in sneakers. After rubbing the inner surface with baking soda don't forget to remove it with a brush. Insoles out of the shoes before washing, should be handled separately. Sometimes it is enough to leave them out for air for a few hours. If they still smell unpleasant, it is also worth treating baking soda. Do this regularly, even if you are not going to wash sneakers in full.