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Ya’ll now that it is Summer being in style is a given am I right? I love my Converse, I got my first pair of White Shoreline’s that I haven’t worn since high school. Can you believe that? I don’t know if it’s between being a boy mom or being a stay at home mom but I’m more of a casual dresser. I’ve never been a huge sneaker person. I still stick to my style don’t get me know. You won’t catch me running after my toddler in a pair of flats. Plus, this Summer we have already been doing lots of activities. Also being able to be comfortable but look stylish is what I need now a days.
With that being said I had already done a number on these sneakers. I’m sure I shouldn’t done this a couple times before hand. I read another article where someone said they clean their converse after a couple of wears. Definitely once I wear and tear these ones I’ll be doing just that. I will admit these current sneakers came out great. Plus it is such an easy process to do. I was so scared but it was so easy anyone can do. Make sure you unlace your sneakers. Don’t wash them laced up.
Items you will need.
Remove the laces. I have the Shorelines so my laces are knotted on the ends. I left them like that.
Don’t use any type of bleach product.
Wrap each shoe separately in a towel. I also wrapped a single lace with each shoe as well.
Run the shoes on a delicate cycle.
Do not dry in dryer. Since they’re fabric there’s no telling what could happen.
Since it’s Summer I just put them on my deck and let them air dry.
Voila all done. I did have 1 small dirt spot which is why I stated that’s why you can use the bleach pen. Just waiting until after the whole process is over and done with and you can do it. You don’t want the Converse tag to run.