Cleaning Elephant PrintWith the recent re-re-re-release of the Air Jordan 3 Retro in the
White/Cement Grey colorway, I'm pretty sure you'll eventually run into
this problem later down the road. This is a pair of 2003 Retros that I
acquired back in November 2006. I remember winning the eBay auction for about $50 shipped. Only to get the shoes a month later with the box tattered and just taped up. Let alone there were some blood stains on the leather, which easily came off. This type of material is basically just nubuck with elephant print on it. Many people urged that suede and nubuck should never touch water for fear of causing damage to the material ...
Posted Jan 29, 2011, 1:35 PM by Daniel Eusebio
Basic CleaningBasic CleaningWhen I say basic
cleaning, what I mean is using a very simple method with simple common
everyday items that you probably already have at home.This is in my opinion, the most
essential and versatile way to clean your shoes.Some people have
mentioned using a washing machine to clean their shoes but I am staying
away from that. What I've heard is that you need to put the shoes in a
pillow case then put them in the washer.-Use a toothbrush/hand
brush, Water and a Dry TowelBasically start off with running cold water
from the faucet and clean using a brush (dishwashing soap can be added
if needed), then use a cloth ...
Posted Sep 7, 2010, 2:59 PM by The Camera Guy
Getting Gum Off Your ShoesProbably the most common occurrence and issue out there is having gum stuck on your shoes. There are time when it comes right off, then there are times when it's a desperate struggle to remove every single sticky bit of it off your shoes. There has been many remedies out there for removing gum off, some may even opt to stick their sneakers int he freezer, which I really don't advise especially if your sneaker contains air units. If you can remember from science class, air molecules slow down in colder temperature, thus air units or air bags will or should deflate. Other options include products such as Goo Gone or Goo Off.Continue to Read More...
Posted Aug 29, 2010, 1:28 AM by The Camera Guy