3. Fabric or cotton canvas: brush hard to wash the dirt off first before making it wet, this is really important so that it wont absorb dust in the wet state. You can quickly wash in a washing machine. Delicate programme and cold water to avoid shrinkage since it is fabric-like.
4. Rubber shoes
It can be found in some white sneakers. Use acetone-free nail polish remover especially if it is a wet rubber or use a strongly diluted bleach. Bleaches can terribly eat up the material, so gently wash off after this process. It is possible that the shoe might be a mix of materials, for example, it might be a leather shoe with a rubber sole, ensure that you don’t touch the other material because it will be too aggressive on it. If your sneakers is made up of lace material, you can wash in the washing machine, but do not put in it directly, wrap it in something first before putting it inside.
5. Mesh shoes ( also referred to as running shoes)
It is not stable so do not machine wash. You can put a detergent in water but ensure the detergent is bleach free and apply on the shoe with the help of a soft brush or an old cloth. Brush and wash the dirt away and rinse off with a sponge or cloth soaked in water.