Icing Yellowed Soles

Ever had a shoe with a translucent sole? Don't you just hate how the sole begins to yellow after you wear them for awhile. Just ruins the look of the shoe! Well no more. Because there's a way to clean it.

Things needed-
-your shoes with the dirty soles
-either Sole Bright, Sea Glow, or women's hair product 40/50 volume cream "sauce"
-a brush of some sort
-Saran wrap
-a light source (could be the sun)

Instructions-
-clean the bottom of your shoe very thoroughly
-when dry, take your sauce and your brush
-use your brush to apply the sauce to the yellowed parts of the sole
-spread Saran Wrap over the sole
-leave under light for as long as it take,but keep an eye on it. If it over heats it will cause sole seperation

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Instructions-
-clean the bottom of your shoe very thoroughly
-when dry, take your sauce and your brush
-use your brush to apply the sauce to the yellowed parts of the sole
-spread Saran Wrap over the sole
-leave under light for as long as it take,but keep an eye on it. If it over heats it will cause sole seperation

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    seamster

    3 years ago

    Very nice, this looks like a great technique. Thank you for sharing!