Mrs Hinch cleaning fans share the 5p hack to get white soles of trainers looking brand new again | The Sun

MRS HINCH cleaning fans have shared the 2p trick to get white soles on trainers looking brand new again.

Foam soles can be difficult to clean, especially if they are white.

And one woman took to social media to ask for cleaning tips to give trainers a new lease of life.

Mrs Hinch's army of cleaning fans have dedicated social media pages to share their own cleaning tips.

In one such group, a woman asked: "What is the best thing to clean the foam part of trainers," as she showed a picture of the muddy shoes.

And fellow cleaning fans were quick to share their top tips to banish stubborn stains for as little as 2p.


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Some of the top recommendations included using toothpaste, shaving foam, or a magic sponge.

One person suggested: "Toothbrush and toothpaste."

"White Colgate toothpaste and toothbrush works like magic," another added.

Others found shaving foam worked well."

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One advised: "Shaving foam worked for me."

Another penned: "Shaving foam works a treat."

"Shaving foam and magic sponge," added a third.

Many others commented a magic sponge alone works well to remove stains.

"Magic eraser, they really are magic!" gushed one person.

One cleaning fan recommended nail polish remover, writing: "Cotton pad with a little nail varnish remover – it’s amazing!"

Another person recommends the trusted Pink Stuff to bring trainers back to life.

They commented: "pink stuff paste if it’s scratched and toothbrush with a little soap if it’s just a bit dirty ps go lightly with the toothbrush as you don’t want to scratch them or dent them it’s easy to do with foam soles."

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You can purchase Nail Polish Remover for as little as £1 in Boots.

Considering you only need a small amount – the hack will cost around 5p to get your trainers white again.

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