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Guide: Keep your white sneakers looking brand new

White sneakers are a classic and versatile footwear choice that can complement any outfit. However, keeping them clean and looking fresh can be a challenge. Fortunately, with the right products and a proper shoe care routine, you can maintain the appearance of your white sneakers and prolong their lifespan.

Step 1: Clean

The first step to keeping your white sneakers looking their best is to clean them regularly. Start by removing any loose dirt or debris with a soft-bristled brush. Next, apply 2GO Foam Cleaner to the sponge and work it into the surface of the shoe, paying special attention to any stains or marks. Rinse with clean water if necessary and let them dry naturally.

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Step 2: Care

After cleaning, it's important to nourish and protect the material of your white sneakers. Use 2GO Sneaker White to restore the brightness of the shoe and to prevent yellowing. This powerful liquid contains whitening agents that help to keep your sneakers looking brand new. Focus on any areas that are particularly stained or discolored.

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Step 3: Protect

To protect your white sneakers from future stains and marks, use a repellent spray like 2GO 24Seven Protector. This product creates an invisible barrier that repels water and other liquids, helping to prevent stains and prolong the lifespan of your shoes. Simply spray a thin layer on the surface of your shoes and let dry.

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Step 4: Refresh

Finally, keep your white sneakers smelling fresh with a shoe deo, like 2GO Quick Deo. This product is designed to eliminate unpleasant odours and leave your shoes smelling clean and fresh. Simply spray it inside your shoes after wearing and let them dry before storing.

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By following this four-step shoe care routine and using high-quality products you can keep your white sneakers looking their best for years to come.

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