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- HOHabiba O.I recommend this productRated 5 starsIts the best!
I love this stuff, first time using it, ive had these sneakers for 5 years and never cleaned them i had them in the closet for a year i was about to throw them away but decided to clean them up instead. Scrubbed the sneakers and replaced the shoelaces and they look good as new, theres a few tough stains i couldnt get out but like i said i never ever cleaned them till now. You press down on the bottle and scrub in a circular motion as you clean the liquid foams up smells nice and is gentle on the leather. Will def buy againWas this helpful?
- FKFred K.I do not recommend this productRated 2 starsTested on deep stains and didn’t help much
I can’t speak for fresh stains but I wanted to see if it’d help with some deep dark stains on the mid soles of my sneakers and although it did improve it wasn’t much. I applied a generous amount of the chemical and scrubbed using the integrated scrub and it didn’t do much at all, so I even thought to use a scrub daddy to see if that’d be better, but it was pretty much the same. For deep stains it doesn’t seem to work too well, unfortunately.Was this helpful?
- JMJanelle M.I recommend this productRated 5 starsBefore and after picture included!
I love my converse shoes, but I hate that the toes always look dirty. Not a problem any more! These cleaner worked quickly and without a lot of scrubbing. I was able to clean the toes and sides of the soles. The bottle even includes a little scrubby brush on the top for ease of use. It was also nice that the cleaner foamed nicely. I simple squirted it on, scrubbed a little bit, and then wiped it off with a towel.Was this helpful?
- LKLarry K.I recommend this productRated 3 starsI’d recommend for suede before sneakers
I was not impressed at all when I tried this on my sneakers. It did not foam at all. It cleaned the rubber sole very well but not some of the other areas.I tried this one on a pair of suede work boots next. They were stained so I took the chance. This time the cleaner did foam up a little, although still not thick. The brush easily rubbed the stain out. I wiped the foam off and the boots looked good again.I still do not believe this is this best value for your money since “sneaker cleaner” is a bit confusing. It seems to work much better on suede in my experience.The smell is also pleasant in my opinion. It smells like a cleaner but isn’t overwhelming at all.Was this helpful?
- TBTerrell B.I recommend this productRated 4 starsWorks great
I feel like it works better on white soles but I also tried it on 3 pairs of suede shoes with great results. The shoes were really dirty cuz I never take care of them. This product really made a difference. I'm sorry I didn't take pictures of the suede shoes for comparison. The scrub brush didn't do it for me at the beginning but I can say it works. The product is amazing if you don't let your shoes get too dirty before using it to clean them.Was this helpful?
- SBShashank B.I recommend this productRated 3 starsBetter for rubber than suede
Bought this as an experiment - I really hate dirty shoes, and in the past I've used a combination of dish soap, vinegar, and magic erasers to keep my shoes looking clean-ish. I tried this stuff on a couple different pairs of shoes with mixed results.Overall, I really like the concept of cleaner + brush all in one. It works pretty well too, although I found several times I had to stuff my hand inside my shoe to create enough resistance to release the cleanser from the tip of the brush. This stuff definitely worked the best on the white soles of my slip-on sneakers. They weren't super filthy, but they looked a lot brighter afterwards. The brush could easily handle the textured rubber (which previously would tear up paper towels and magic erasers), and it even got into the crevices of the ruffles on my all-white shoes (see pic). I just wiped off the excess cleanser at the end, and both pairs of sneakers looked great.I also experimented with my grungy suede Lucky Brand boots, which served me well for all of last season but now are only worn on really yucky weather days. I had to scrub pretty hard to loosen up the grime on these, and I think I used too much cleanser, because once it dried, it was pretty stiff, and you could see the watermark from where I stopped using the brush. I then took a toothbrush in some water and dish soap, and scrubbed at the marks that remained. This really helped dissolve the remaining stains, although the suede remained stiff (and a bit lightened) afterwards. I definitely didn't ruin the shoes, and I'll probably use this again if the boots get dirty, but I'm glad I didn't use it on a pair of nicer, newer boots.From now on, I'll stick to sneakers, but I'm happy enough with how it worked on those to still be very pleased with this purchase.Was this helpful?