How to Keep Your White Heels Clean

How to Clean White Heels

How to keep your white high heels vibrant and clean

When you go into your shoe box to grab your perfect pair of white high heels to complete your outfit, you want them to be pristine! So why is it that your pair of high heels aren’t as sparkling white as they used to be, and how can you fix it? Well, let’s discuss how this discolouration happens and how you can fix it to be wearing your lovely bright high heels again in no time at all!

How can I clean my white heels at home?

When wondering how to care for your Pleaser shoes, consistent maintenance is the key to keeping your shoes looking their best. If you have already noticed some discolouration to your white high heels, there are some steps you can try to clean them back up.

  • Take a damp cloth and wipe over your shoes, concentrating on any parts that seem darker than the rest
  • Try using a tiny bit of dish liquid on your cloth to help remove any oils that may be damaging your shoe
  • Ensure you dry your shoes after wiping them down or wearing them in the damp to keep the upper safe from damage

cleaning white heels

Why are my shoes not staying white?

While white shoes are a gorgeous option, unfortunately they do tend to change colour over time and become less than the bright white you loved at first glance!

  • This can be from wearing your white high heels in wet weather or dirt,
  • Not maintaining a cleaning routine,
  • Storing them incorrectly,
  • or simply age!

But don’t fret, there are ways to fix this!

How can I make my white heels white again?

With some elbow grease and consistency, you can usually take your white high heels back to their former glory. While this isn’t possible with every pair of shoes and does depend on the individual reasons for your shoes changing colour, there are often options you can try to regain the white colour of your high heels.

With white heels being made from synthetic vegan material, approach cleaning your heels with care so as not to damage the upper. Try using an unscented baby wipe on any stains, and some petroleum jelly on stubborn areas to remove scuffs or scratches. Vinegar can also be a great way to get your shoes white again; make sure to dilute the vinegar and always test a small patch first! You may also find that toothpaste in small quantities can help take off any yellowing!

How do I clean my white heels with baking soda?

Baking soda is a popular way to remove yellowing from white shoes and make them nice and bright again! Simply make a paste with baking soda and some vinegar, and carefully wipe the shoe with a toothbrush or microfiber cloth to clean. Results for this method may vary depending on the material the shoe is made from, so always be sure to test your mixture on a small, inconspicuous spot first to ensure you won't damage your lovely shoes.

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