Friday, 19 April 2013

How to Restore Crocs

Crocs are a brand of shoes made out of a foam resin called croslite. Like all footwear, your Crocs can start to show wear and tear after much use, causing them to look dull and dirty. You can restore the luster of your Crocs using transparent shoe polish available at your local drugstore or the official Crocs polisher, called Crocsbutter, which you can purchase at any Crocs store. Does this Spark an idea?

Wipe your Crocs with a clean rag to remove any dirt, dust and other small particles from the surface.

Moisten a clean cloth with water and dishwashing liquid. Wipe the Crocs with it to remove any stains or oils. Set the Crocs aside and let them air dry for about 30 minutes.

Pour a small amount of colorless shoe wax on a clean cotton brush and apply it to the Crocs in a circular manner. If you are using the official Crocsbutter shoe polish, simply take out the brush and brush the Crocs in a circular manner. The wax is already embedded in the Crocsbutter brush.

Wait for the shoe wax to dry completely before wearing your Crocs.