[Proper Guide] How To Clean Native Shoes QUICK & EASY!

[Proper Guide] How To Clean Native Shoes QUICK & EASY!

If you enjoy wearing Native shoes, but find them a little dirty after a day of hiking or biking, there are few easier ways to clean them than just using water and a bit of soap.

Here is a guide on how to properly clean Native shoes.

How To Clean Native Shoes (4 Easy Way)

  • Fill a pot with about an inch of water and add enough soap to cover the bottom of the pot.
  • Place the shoes in the pot and wait for them to soak.
  • Turn the shoes upside down and let them sit for an hour or so.
  • Remove the shoes and allow them to air dry.

What you will need to clean your Native Shoes

How To Clean Native Shoes

There are a few things you will need in order to clean your Native Shoes. You will need a cleaning cloth, a brush, and some warm water.

First, use the cleaning cloth to remove any dirt or debris from the shoes. Then, use the brush to scrub away any stuck-on dirt or mud. Finally, rinse the shoes with warm water and allow them to air dry.

How to make the cleaning process easier

If you are like most people, you probably dread cleaning your shoes. However, with a few simple tips, the process can be much easier. To start with, try to avoid getting your shoes too dirty in the first place.

Wearing them in light rain or on wet grass can help prevent mud and dirt from sticking. If your shoes do get dirty, take a moment to wipe them off before starting to clean them.

Next, gather the supplies you will need: a soft-bristled brush, some soapy water, and a dry cloth. Wet the brush and soap it up, then scrub the dirt and mud off of your shoes.

Be sure to pay close attention to the soles of your shoes, as this is where the dirt tends to accumulate. When you are finished scrubbing, rinse the shoes with clean water and allow them to air dry.

How to make native shoes look new again?


There are a few ways to make your Native shoes look new again. A simple way is to use a shoe brush and some shoe cleaner to clean the shoes.

You can also use a toothbrush to get into all the crevices. Once they are clean, you can then apply a protectant like Kiwi shoe polish in a color that matches the shoes. You can also use a shine cloth to give them a nice shine.


In conclusion, taking care of your Native shoes is not as hard as it may seem. By following the proper guide, your shoes will last longer and you will be able to enjoy them for many seasons to come. So, what are you waiting for? Start cleaning your shoes today!

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