Picture of How to renew your old faded converse
I am going to be teaching you guys and girls how to renew your old faded converse. And for under $1 all you need to do is head over to ur 99 cent store and buy a black hair dying kit. Simple? p.s i did a messy job. u could do better. This is the finished product you can see that the one on the Right is the darker one.

Step 1: First step is the set up.

Picture of First step is the set up.
you will need to get the following items.
1. black dying kit
2. pair of black and white or solid black converse
5.gloves should come with kit

STEP. 1 u also need to covor all of the parts that are white on the shoe with tape make sure u this before or it will be real hard once u started and also u need to mix the ingredients inside of the hair dying kit. if you get a color that is not black dont be afraid it willl slowly turn black when u start adding it onto the shoes. oh yeah you need to take off the shoelaces.
al.mick.795 months ago

What about batman converses that are faded how do I do that

DianaG28 months ago

are you allowed to use regular paint?

skull_bearer9 months ago

Thanks. I have a red colored converse and I just want to make it black colored. Should I apply this?

Didibyrne1 year ago

thanks for this idea, I Must try it immeadiately..

Thank you for this ktalex, gonna try this out tonight.
BunnyRoger2 years ago
Wouldn't it be best to maybe use black clothes dye instead?
Love it!!
MAApleton2 years ago
I have been looking for something like this, thank you so much for giving the advice I needed!!
CapnTac4 years ago
I use a Mr. Clean Magic Eraser on the white rubber parts, I guarantee that it'll get about 99.999% of stains off of it. I've used it on every pair of Converse I've ever owned, and sneakers are all I wear.
alix-cool4 years ago
real good idea could you do this shoes that are white to start with?
alexandrarb5 years ago
it´s more easy with clothes color! ♥ greetings!
baba895 years ago
that was cool.. if I will use black dye on red converse, will it turn black and still look good?
toogers baba895 years ago
try 2 coats.
ktalex (author)  baba895 years ago
hmm never tried it if ur probably not going to use that pair again try it out and let me see how it goes.
baba89 ktalex5 years ago
I'll try that.. thanks..
baba89 baba895 years ago
how do i prevent the dye from staining the white stitches? thank you in advance..
hippyland25 years ago
this is a great idea and all but mine are blue and a year and a half old so they're like a half step bellow blue and a half step above light grey, and i don't think blue is a commonly sold hair dye color. all in all good idea not good for all converses
Glitchy425 years ago
Nice tutorial. Personally, I think the faded and worn out look of converse only adds to the personality of the shoes, but this is awesome none-the-less!
ItsTheHobbs6 years ago
Nice! You could also probably use bleach to clean the rubber.
ammonia works really well on white shoe rubber too. Just don't use bleach and ammonia together :P.
ktalex (author)  mothflavour26 years ago
lol yeah thats true makes mustard gas i think.
Something similar I think. Maybe it is the same... I'm pretty sure it's chlorine gas. That stuffs nasty, it'll burn your lungs up bad.
Definitely. it forms hydrochloric acid in your lungs when it finds water in there. Eeek!
ktalex (author)  ItsTheHobbs6 years ago
Wow i did not think of that. thank you.
Yeah no prob. If you do this, I would recommend using gel bleach, like in a bleach pen. It's lots easier to handle.
shyamiko5 years ago
aw, why make them black when you could have so much fun doing a variation? Good concept though. :3
AwajiMan5 years ago
don't you think that run on sentences make things like really hard to understand i think i learned that in school or my teacher may have told me at one point i dont remember.
ktalex (author)  AwajiMan5 years ago
PatientZero5 years ago
Nice! Mine are the all black ones so I can can give my messyness full reign! ;o)