时装电商Who What Wear为我们提供了几条清洗小白鞋最好用的小窍门，让你的鞋子亮白如新，而使用的材料都是居家用品。
A little touch up with white varnish will easily hide any scratches or scuffs that can't be washed off. Just think of it like you would touching up a manicure.
Make a solution of bleach diluted with plenty of water.
Dip your toothbrush in the diluted bleach solution and scrub the shoes gently. Rinse with warm water when you’re finished.
Apply vinegar to a clean cloth and rub gently to magic away small marks.
For more stubborn stains, scrub gently with a mild soap and warm water using an old toothbrush.
If you get an oil stains on your favourite plimsolls, as soon as you get home treat them with your mildest shampoo and warm water and use a toothbrush or cloth to gently wipe away the stain. AVOID SUN EXPOSURE.
Store your trainers in a cool, dark place, as sun exposure can discolour the white material, leaving a grubby, yellow tinge.
Crafty Texas-based Twitter user Sarah Tracey, has - deservedly - labelled herself a 'miracle worker' after managing to restore a dirty pair of sneakers to their former glory.
The first step, she said, was to rinse the shoes with water. Next was the cleaning mix made with a ratio of 1:1.5 baking soda to detergent, scrubbed into the shoes with a toothbrush.
After this, the shoes should be left to sit 'for a while' before rinsed once again. Then, they should be thrown into the washing machine.
Once out of the washer, the shoes are dusted with baby powder and left to dry.
Sarah included a pair of photos to prove her miracle, showing a single tattered, dirty Converse sneaker in one, and a pair of spectacularly white ones in the other.