Over the upcoming wetter months – as part of our ‘Cleaning Series’ every fortnight we’ll be using our premium range of Jason Markk shoe cleaning products and kits to create handy step-by-step video guides. Demonstrating the best way to keep your canvas, leather and Flyknit footwear in pristine condition.
How To Clean White Trainers
Many of us have a love hate relationship with white trainers. Often the fear of getting our spotless Nike Air Force 1’s or bright white Converse All-Star’s clean aesthetic dirty is enough to stop you from wearing them in the first place. But don’t be afraid. Here, the first video from our ‘Cleaning Series’ shows you how to use our Jason Markk shoe cleaners to get your tonal trainers back in tip-top condition. Watch our video and read our descriptive guide for a more in-depth look at how to clean white trainers.
How To Use The Tools
For as much as we promise ourselves we’re going to keep our latest pair of trainers in pristine condition, it’s hard to succeed. Within a couple of months, the British weather has caught our trainers by surprise and our whites are looking less bright, and suedes a little run down. Faced with the task of cleaning the challenge can appear daunting. Choosing the right tool for the job can be tough, with several brushes available in the market it’s hard to know which one to use to get the best result. You don’t want to be investing money into a pair adidas Original Gazelle’s only to ruin the suede even more on the first clean. But fear not, our handy video and descriptive guide gives an expert explanation on what Jason Markk’s tools to use when cleaning different material.