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Want to get rid of those ugly crease lines in your sneakers? Follow these steps to get rid of them! This method is primarily for leather material shoe...
You will need 1:Creased sneakers (leather material) 2. A bottle of water 3. A iron that can produce steam 4. Cardboard inserts 5.paper 6.2x Wash cloth...
Grab some regular paper, this will be used pack the inside of the shoe.
The better packed the paper is the better it'll form to the shoe. Once the leather cools down it will return back to the original shape.
Place inserts inside the shoes. The forms I used were from the original box. Make sure the shoe forms correspond with the correct feet.
It is easier to iron the toe box of the sneaker without the laces being in the shoe. Additionally, removing the laces protects them from being burnt.
Fill up the iron with water to the designated line. Do not have the iron plugged in.
Before you start ironing grab 2 cotton cloths to put over the shoe. These cloths will be used to protect the shoe from burning.
Pour an excessive amount of water over the toe box. This will protect the shoe from being burnt.
Begin to iron the cloth over the areas where their are creases on the shoes. Let the iron steam on the shoe to warm up the leather this will cause it ...
At this point your about done. Let the sneakers cool down with the cloths still on them so the change in temperature wont be to dramatic.
No, this would ruin real leather. Sneakers aren't made of real leather. There's no difference in the before and after pictures of these sneakers either...
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