Use lukewarm water to rinse well and let the white shoes dry, this time in a dry, warm place. Removing Yellow Stains from White Shoes Using Sparkling White with Lemon. Lemon has been long known to have stain-removal properties, and fortunately, it works for white shoes as well. The citrusy fruit also has anti-bacterial properties.
Just by using a lemon you have at home, you can make your yellow shoes completely white. Lemon, being highly citric in nature, it acts like a type of bleach. It also acts as a disinfectant which will remove any kinds of germs on the shoe that might have been there because of prolonged usage. This helps avoid infections.
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Rag. Vinegar. 2 tbsp. borax. Laundry soap. Pair of white tennis shoes. White shoes need to be cleaned more often than colored shoes because they easily show dirt and scuff marks. Unfortunately, some white shoes begin to turn yellow after they are washed. This is especially true of tennis shoes.
Apply the Soft Scrub to the yellow stains, either with the spray nozzle or with the clean, soft rag. Wait a couple of minutes to allow it to work, then, begin to scrub gently with the soft bristled brush. Wipe the area clean with the soft rag. Repeat as necessary until the yellow stains are removed.
In the 1970s, the International Tennis Federation responded by looking for a non-white option for tournaments. After much research, the ITF decided on a color which would appear well on television and landed on something called “optic yellow” or sometimes, yes, fluorescent lime green.
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Here are the steps: Begin by filling a heat-safe bowl with one cup of hot water. The water should be very hot, but not boiling. Mix in one tablespoon of salt. Let it dissolve in the water by slightly stirring it. Then dip the toothbrush in the solution and proceed to scrub the yellow stains on your shoes.