How To Clean White Shoelaces? 2 Methods With (Pictures + Videos)

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The title of this post, oh guys you already know what is about to happen. I’m gonna be showing you guys how to clean white shoelaces. 

How to clean white shoelaces:

  • First of all use gloves.
  • Take your dirty laces.
  • Clean shoelaces with cold water.
  • Take container.
  • Put the shoelaces into the container.
  • Add the bleach in a container with water.
  • Add some drops of the blue liquid laundry detergent.
  • Rub the mixture of water with dirty laces.
  • Leave for 30 minutes.
  • Take a towel put the laces and pinch it out.
  • Finally, get some nice and crisp white shoelaces.

I’ve learned over the years similar to many of the tutorials. I made in the past I have learned a few things. 

So I’m thinking about revamping them and just writing a new post something quick and easy for you guys to follow. 

If you guys want to drop a comment down below letting me know, what you want to learn. Please do so I will heavily consider all the comments that are on this post right here. 

But yeah like I said we’re here for how to clean your white shoelaces, so let’s get it, we’re gonna be working on the Musti laces from a pair of CDG’s, that I’m restoring.


Now look at the things they’re staying with black, they got dirt stains all over them and honestly, they’ve been dirty for about a whole year. 

If you’re wondering what the shoe looks like this is how it is right. I mean look at the thing, this thing is all gunked smelling all kinds of funky. 


So that’s where it came from not like I said I am restoring this pair. In the first piece of the post, we have to make sure that the laces are clean, so we’re gonna do that with cold water. 


Coldwater is very important because it does not set the stains in hot water. Well, I would not recommend hot water. 


So make sure you do with cold water and we’re just gonna rub it in with some hand soap very simple and very easy. 

Make sure you don’t leave the water running, you’re not saying because we’re trying to save the Turtles just from that simple rinse. 


These are looking a lot better already, but we’re gonna go ahead and move on to the next step. 

If your laces look good already and they don’t have any stains you go, go ahead and stop at this point but if they do have stains follow the next steps. 


I grabbed a handy dandy container that I will not be used for anything else other than shoelaces, so I’m going to drop the shoelaces in here with cold water. 


I only filled it about halfway, because I’m going to be using a little bit of bleach to lift the stains since. We’re only doing a pair of laces. 


I would just recommend a little splash, you don’t have to go too crazy with the bleach something like that would be perfect after you pour the bleach. 


You could go ahead and rub it through with your fingers make sure you have some gloves on definitely does help with this process. 

You don’t wanna get bleach all over your skin and just rub the bleach in and you guys have problem areas like this. 


You could go ahead and just focus on those areas and just make sure you try to get as much of that out as possible at the same time. 


This is happening we’re gonna be adding, some blue liquid laundry detergent. Now, you guys might be wondering hey Mustafa why are you adding blue liquid laundry detergent? 


Well I got this tip from John Manilow and basically what the blue does is it brings out the widest white in the laces, that’s why when you do your laundry a lot of the detergents are blue. 


So we’re gonna be throwing in you know, a couple of spraysand there and we’re gonna work it in once again. 


Well, you guys feel like you did everything nice and evenly you could go ahead and let this sit for about thirty minutes to an hour that’ll. 

Let the solution do its thing and you could go ahead and return to it when the time hits a few moments later. 


So it’s been about thirty minutes now, it should be okay to go-ahead. Drain your bleach


Now one of the most important parts is, we have to rinse this out very carefully. All right cold water hand soap, but do it about three times.


You want to get all the bleach out or else it’s gonna turnit yellow, so once you do that all you got to do is dry it and you have some nice and crisp white laces. 


So drying these things is one of my favorite parts to do. All you got to do is get a nice and clean microfiber cloth. 


When your laces like this I want to fold this thing over like, so we’re pinching it right where the lace is coming out. I’m just gonna pull this side and it will ring all the water out onto the towel. 


The towel is nice and wet we’re gonna do that a couple of times and then let these air dry and I’ll show you guys the results. 


So this is what the laces look like before I let them air dry for about two-three hours and now this is what the laces are looking like look at that completely different. 


I hope you understand how to clean your white shoelaces easily to follow the steps.

Method No 2:

How to clean white shoelaces with toothpaste?

Step 1:

First of all, you have to take the following things:

  • Toothpaste
  • Baking Soda
  • Container
  • Old Toothbrush
  • Shampoo

Step 2:

After to collect the above things then you have to follow the following steps:

  • Start by adding toothpaste to the container 
  • Add about a cup of baking soda 
  • Add pour any type of shampoo
  • Pure a cup of water
  • Mix it all together

Step 3:

  • Now, take the laces off and get the shoes completely wet.
  • Start scrubbing the shoes with the mixture with the help of a toothbrush.

Step 4:

  • Rinse the shoes.
  • Use any shampoo to scrub them one more time.

Step 5:

  • Rinse and let them sit in the sun to dry.
  • Use nail polish remover to clean to rubber portion of the shoes.

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