Savvy woman reveals how she gets rid of scuff marks on shoes – it works way better than a magic eraser

WHITE sneakers are often a hard no for most people because getting them back to their original pristine condition seems almost impossible.

Well, for all of the sneakerheads out there, there's a handy Amazon product that will get your shoes scuff-free.


Mom and Amazon fanatic Lindsay Roggenbuck shared the genius product that she claimed will "blow your mind."

They are called SneakERASERS and they are just $10 on Amazon.

Roggenbuck demonstrated the sponge on her own scuffed-up Adidas sneakers.

"It uses a unique dual-layer technology with micro-powered scrubbers and all you have to do is add water," Roggenbuck explained.

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She simply added some water to the sponge and gently rubbed out the marks and was left with squeaky clean sneakers.

When asked if they were like magic erasers, she replied: "I’ve used magic erasers on shoes before but, honestly, I was more impressed with these.

"Maybe there’s a difference in texture?"

Some commenters also offered up their tips on cleaning shoes, like one who wrote: "I put mine in the washer with a dab of Persil… They look brand new every time! No prep."

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Another comment read: "I own those shoes and I spray them with Spray 'n Wash and I throw them in the washing machine twice a month, they look brand new!!"

If the SneakERASERS don't do the trick, one cleaning fanatic shared an easy way to get grubby white trainers sparkling again and using an old toilet roll.

You could also try wiping down your shoes with toothpaste, which an expert revealed has more uses than just cleaning your teeth.


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