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Discussion in 'Jordan Brand' started by blazers21ntnp, Nov 13, 2007.
Not sure what this stain is from. Would love any ideas on the best way to remove it. Thanks
Use this; I had a similar stain in the netting near the toe box and now I can’t even tell (looks brand new).
Another trick I use when I get lazy. Is Ill stuff ny sjoes with dryer sheets...
Had a quick question regarding my 5s. I've kept them in pretty great shape for the most part but it looks like the top of the uppers have rubbed together causing the nubuck to rub off and having a different color to the rest of the show. There's almost shine to it now. I've tried dry brushing it with suede/nubuck brushes but that really did nothing. Anyway I can restore the patches to the former glory to match the rest of the shoe?
these pics are not working post again so I can see what your talking about
Here is a link to the image...
my jordan 4 retros have the paint chipping away on the midsole. I'm gonna have to repaint them. What's the best way to scrape off the rest of the paint on the midsole, before i begin painting over it?
I used acetone, and I worked ok. You could also check YouTube for tutorials specifically for those shoes, since it’s such a common problem.
Does anyone's white/red cherry 13s squeak? My pair squeaks so loud.
The white on the front part of 9s has a lot of build up on them. The back of the shoe on the white part has it as well.
I tried to scrub that front white part and it doesn't really help. Anyone have any recommendation on how to take that build up off?
I also have a scuff on the midsole of my white cement 3s. It doesn't look like the paint has chipped at all,
just a black scuff. What would be best to use on it?
try mr clean magic eraser