How to Clean Chacos

There are a few ways to clean Chacos, and we’re going to touch on them all, but you’ll notice one thing: the ingredients are largely the same. And they have to do with smell. (That is why you’re here, right?) Grab whichever bacteria-busting deodorizor you have handy and you’ll be ready for another season of…

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How to Clean Hats

Hats are not something you think about washing regularly, the way you do your socks. But hats often go on your head to hide dirty hair, or to shade a sweaty brow on a hot day. They have a sneaky way of getting grimy, gradually, until one day it’s there — salt stains on the…

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How to Clean Nike Shoes

As far as cleaning goes, Nikes don’t really require any special treatment. But an Air Force One is about as far from a Flyknit Nike Free as you can get while still be considered a sneaker, which means how you get them looking like new is going to be different too. Your cleaning method depends…

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How to Clean Uggs

The first thing you need to know about cleaning Uggs: They’re suede. And while suede is leather, suede is suede because it comes from the underside of the animal skin, not the outer “flesh” side, like full-grain leather. That’s why it’s softer and more pliable than a belt or a briefcase or a pair of…

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How to Clean White Converse

Chances are, if you’re looking for how to clean white Converse, the whole shoe is going to be a mess — dingy laces, scuffed rubber, splotchy canvas. Know this now: To keep white sneaks looking fresh, you have to clean them a lot. All the time. Enough that you’ll be asking yourself why you opted…

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