When it comes to Air Force 1s, this combo is best used as a spot cleaner. Make a solution with one tablespoon of baking soda, two tablespoons of white vinegar and a cup of water. Use a brush or a cloth to apply the mixture to the shoe and gently scrub away dirt and debris.
Can I wash my white air forces by itself?
Yes, you can damage your Air forces if you frequently wash them in a washing machine. It is always a better idea to hand wash your Air forces. If you love your Air force 1, then take it from us not to make it a habit of washing them using a washing machine.
Can you put bleach on white Air Force?
Add one tablespoon of bleach to one quart of water and stir. Dip a brush or white cloth in the mixture. Scrub the uppers of each shoe, followed by the midsole and outsole, in a circular motion. Rinse or wipe away excess soap and allow to dry completely.
What wash should I put my Air Forces on?
Put the machine on a delicate wash and fill up with laundry detergent, as you usually would. Take them out to air dry. This should not be a humid environment, otherwise the wet material will get mouldy. Equally, the sun will cause the shoes to shrink, so shade only please if you are leaving the AF-1s to dry outside.