Limit the spots
Pretreat your shoes. Before using them, treat them with a waterproofing and anti-stain product. Spray it evenly on the surface of the shoe. Dab the excesses with a soft towel and let them dry overnight. Once the product is dried, make a second pass: in this way it will be more difficult for water and stains to spoil the shoes.
- The waterproofing and stain remover spray is available in shoe stores.
- Repeat the application every 2-3 weeks, just like you would with winter boots.
Be careful to avoid getting your shoes dirty.
Protect them from dirt and mud, do not run in the grass: this type of stain can be very difficult to remove. Be especially careful when eating, so as not to spill food or drink on your shoes.
- The most effective way to always have them white is to prevent them from getting dirty in the first place.
It is inevitable that they get dirty. Occasionally, beat the soles together to detach the dirt particles. If you let them get into the fabric, they will be more difficult to remove.
- Only beat the soles. If you hit other parts of the shoes, there is a risk that marks will remain.
- Don't beat them too hard, otherwise you could ruin them.