Remove Yellow Bleach Stains From Shoes

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Just because your shoes have developed a bleach stain doesn't mean that you'll have to throw them out. Remove yellow bleach stains from shoes with help from an L.A.-based visual artist and product developer in this free video clip.

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Video Transcript

Hello. I'm Mariah, and today I'm going to show you how to remove a bleach stain from your tennis shoes at home. To do this, you're going to need some water, some table salt, a soft toothbrush and a bowl to mix it in. Pour the water into your bowl, and then add a good tablespoon of salt to the mixture. You want to use the salt as an abrasive to remove the bleach. Take your toothbrush with your bleach mixture and just scrub along the stain. Once you've scrubbed the shoe clean take the damp soft cloth and just wipe off the excess. Your shoes should be nice and bright with no yellow bleach stain left. My name's Mariah and this has been how to remove a yellow bleach stain from your tennis shoes at home. Thanks for watching.


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