Mix warm water with just a drop of laundry detergent (or, if leather, a specialty leather cleaner). Apply a small amount to a sponge or soft cloth to clean dirty areas of the shoe. Remove your insole and clean using a water/detergent mix. Rinse excess soap off of the shoe and insole using just water on a second sponge.
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Turn up the heat for beat-up basketball shoes. If your shoes are filthy and you’re just not all that worried about whether they’ll emerge unscathed, you can try adjusting the washing machine to the warm or hot water settings. Set it to a regular wash cycle, but keep it on a low spin setting.
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Step 1: First, remove the laces and/or insoles from your shoes. Step 2: Your shoelaces can be washed in the washing machine, as long as you put them into a mesh garment bag that is zippered or secured shut. This will keep your laces from getting tangled up in the washing machine or wrapping around moving parts.
Put your basketball shoes in the washing machine: Machine washes are too harsh for shoes and can damage or discolour the materials. Put your basketball shoes in the dryer or by a heater: High heat can change the shape of rubber so don’t risk ruining your shoes by always hand drying them and leaving them to air out at room temperature.
Mix warm water with a small amount of mild laundry detergent. Wash laces. Remove the laces and apply a small amount of the mild cleaning solution. Massage the laces, rinse, then dry with a soft cloth. Wash soles. Apply the mild solution to a soft-bristled brush and brush the outsole and midsole. Dry with a soft cloth.
Another good way to protect sneakers from getting too banged up in the washing machine is to fill the rest of the load with something like towels, blankets, or sweatshirts.
Put your basketball shoes in the washing machine: Machine washes are too harsh for shoes and can damage or discolor the materials. Use strong washing detergent or harsh chemicals: Always use eco-friendly laundry detergent. How to stretch basketball shoes? Put on a thick pair of socks and slip on your shoes (or as thick as it fits!).
Turn on the machine on a delicate setting and wash with cold water. Allow it to complete the cycle before removing the shoes and laces. Lay them in a well-ventilated area to air dry.