Hello and welcome to a sneaker cleaning video .
My name is Claris .
I'm one of the sneaker care experts here at CREPT .
And I'm gonna be teaching you how to clean your pads , dunked using the crept protect cure kit .
Within this kit , you have your premium brush you here micro fibre to and carry case with inbuilt water tray .
And we are going to be cleaning the panda dunks today , arguably one of Nike's most popular shoes of the year .
As you can see , they're pretty dirty , so watch them get transformed .
So in this video , we're going to be cleaning the left shoe .
So I'm gonna pop this 1 to 1 side .
First things first , take your premium brush and give the shoe a good dust over .
You'll see straight away that this is lifting off all the big bits of surface dirt .
So it means cleaning is gonna be a lot easier .
You can even do the so if you need to .
So the soft bristles of this brush helps get between the little gaps lifting off any big , hard bits of debris .
So when you're cleaning , you've got minimal dirt sitting on the shoe .
Now your shoes are nice and brushed off .
We can get some water , take your carry case and use the tray that's inside .
We'd always recommend using lukewarm water because it works best .
So now we've got our water ready to go .
Let's unlace the shoe quickly , and then we can start scrubbing .
Now your shoes on laced Pop the laces to one side , and we'll sort those out later .
We always recommend starting with the sole of your shoe and work your way up the shoe .
That way we can get heavy dirt off first and then keep cleaning through .
Grab your brush , dip your brush in the water , give it a little shake off and then five drops of cleaner solution straight onto the wet brush , and then you can begin scrubbing so you'll see your shoe firming up nicely .
A good top tip is .
Follow the shape of the shoe so you can get between all the little gaps , lifting out any dirt that might be stuck .
Once that's all nice and firmed up .
We could just wipe it down .
So grab your microfiber cloth and start from the bottom and wipe upwards looking pretty good .
So far , So once you've finished on the sole , you can move on to the mid sole again , dip the brush into the water , add your cleaning solution and you're good to go .
Yeah , follow around the mid .
So scrubbing all the way around in circular motions , this helps get into the stitching and all the tiny little grooves around the bottom .
Yeah , and then exactly the same , we'll just give it a little wipe over something that might help you when you're cleaning .
If you've got smaller , harder to reach areas , especially around the top of the sole , where it meets the upper of the shoe .
What you can do is grab your towel , dip your finger in the water , a drop of cure straight onto the wet part of the towel and just run your finger along the edge .
You can apply a little bit of pressure , and it helps lift off anything that's stuck in the way .
I think that looks good so we can move on to the upper now .
Feel free to change out the water whenever you need to .
It can get dirty if your shoes are particularly dirty , so just keep changing if and when you need to .
So now on to the upper again , Grab your brush into the water and a couple of drops straight on .
I would always recommend starting at the front of the shoe and working your way backwards .
That way you can see what has been cleaned and what still needs to be cleaned .
So grab your brush and start scrubbing and exactly the same on the other side .
We'll give it right down to see if we need to do any more .
I can still see there's a couple of dirty areas , so I'm just going to repeat that process again to get some more dirt out .
Of course , yeah , some areas , especially along the edges , and the stitching where the material beats you , can always add a little bit more pressure .
Where it's soft .
Bristle is not going to do any damage to the shoe , so you can scrub a little bit harder to help lift those harder to get dirt off and exactly what we did with the mid So as well .
You can just grab your towel and repeat the exact same thing along the edges again .
So I think I've managed to get quite a lot of that dirt off .
So let's give it a wipe over , and we can move on to the next step .
So now your shoe is looking pretty clean .
Make sure your table is nice and clean as well .
Grab another cloth and just give it a wipe over .
As you can see , the tongue is still pretty dirty .
This is exactly the same process as you would with the uppers of the shoe , but we'll just need a little bit more water because it's a softer , more absorbent material .
So now the upper of your shoe is nice and clean .
We can move on to the tongue exactly the same as always .
Water cleaning solution .
Blow shake off and scrub .
Sometimes use your hand to rest against the tongue , so there's a bit of pressure and that will help you get further into the material lifting out the dirt .
So while the foam is working its way through the tongue , let's quickly do the sock liner and the inside so you guys can have fresh shoes on the inside and the outside .
Start from the top and work your way down .
If you have your shoe at this angle like this , you can scrub along the inside and the lining of the shoe to get all the way down and across the top as well .
Same as the tongue .
You can always use your hand to hold against the shoe to apply a bit of pressure and just keep scrubbing round .
So the same with the tongue .
We'll just leave that soaking in for a couple of minutes to really work its way through , and then we'll just give it a wipe down .
Sometimes the stitching on the shoe also gets quite stained .
You'll see the Nike across the back here is looking a little bit brown .
What we can do is exactly the same .
Just give it a little scrub over and leave it to soak in .
While the cure is working its way through the softer areas .
Let's give the shoe one more good foam up , and then we can leave it to dry .
So now we're nice and foamed up .
We'll give it a final wipe down and see where we're at .
OK , so the shoe is looking pretty clean , but the towel is looking a bit dirty .
What you can do is just whack these in a normal wash with your towels , and it'll be ready to go for next time .
So while we wait for this to dry , we'll move on to the laces .
Grab your lace , pop it into your bowl of water , get that fully wet , grab your cleaning solution a couple of drops straight onto the lace and just rub it through , similar to as if you were washing your hands .
And that will help rinse out all of the dirt that's trapped inside the laces .
It will foam up nicely and you can see the dirt coming out .
So pop your laces back into the water , and then we can just pull it out and run it through the towel .
If it's any white laces or something , that's got a bit of a heavier dirt mark on the shoe , you can always just use the brush and scrub over , and that will help get out any of those tougher marks .
By doing this with a towel , you're helping to clean and dry at the same time .
So once that's done , we'll just leave these to dry as well with the pair of shoes perfect .
So now you can see the shoes are nice and clean and then look at at the difference .
Even the soles will come up massively and nice , bright white tongues again .
And remember the areas that we're having trouble on across the heels , with the stitching much brighter now , what you might find sometimes when you're cleaning your shoes is that some areas might need a little bit more work .
By all means .
Keep going over some areas with the cure kit .
As we showed you earlier in the video , that was us cleaning your pan of looks .
That was us cleaning the panda dunks .
Let us know in the comments below what shoes you want to see next time .