D.I.Y CUSTOM HYDRO DIPPING Shoes!!!

Introduction: D.I.Y CUSTOM HYDRO DIPPING Shoes!!!

How to hydro dip and clean your shoes in easy steps. Follow this instructable if you want to know how!

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Step 1: Cleaning the Shoes!!

So you're wondering how to clean your shoes, well you came to the right place. To correctly wash your shoes you will need the materials: Shoes, Hydrogen peroxide, baking soda, bowl, hard-toothbrush, water, and gloves if you want. First, you need to mix the Hydrogen peroxide with the baking soda, mix until liquid and add water little by little until it all dissolves. Then dip the toothbrush and start scrubbing on the shoes.

Step 2: Hydrodipping!!!!

To correctly hydro dip your shoes you must first tape the shoes on the parts where you don't want to hydro dip. I recommend the soles, inside of the shoes and I did the swoosh and tong of my shoe because I later drew on them. I recommend using painting tape because it's the easiest to cut and take off after. After taping, comes the fun and the easy part that is hydro dipping and what I recommend for hydro dipping is

1)shoes( I used Nike air forces 01)

2)spray paint(colors of your choice)

3)bucket

4)water

So you have to fill the bucket about 80% with water. Then splash spray paint on little by little depending on how many colors you have. Then after completely submerging the shoe in the paint, go ahead and take them out and put them somewhere dry, Leave them for 24 hours and come back and remove the tape and you're done.

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    agwarnock
    agwarnock

    21 days ago

    This is such a cool concept. Your shoes look great! I wish the instructions were a bit more clear on how to do the hydro dipping itself. Maybe you could add a video of the process?