- Joined Aug 5, 2012
With the rubber it shouldnt really matter how much you use, just put a little bit and mix with water.. Use a brush to apply and scrub it into the rubber.. Do both shoes at once.Yeah it’s black, but there are rubber white toe caps.
I’ll test it out to see how it works.
And I have been battling these concord 11s the past week. I don’t know what the hell happened, I can get the stains to go away, but they just keep coming back after they dry. And there are stains all over the shoe, like at the toe and all of that, the jeans didn’t even touch in those areas.
I’ll try for a few more days before I get the oxi white, and if oxi doesn’t work, then I’ll have to think of something extreme because I refuse to make these kicks beaters or to play ball in them. I’ll paint them if I have to.
Dude I am baffled at your concords. The only thing I can think of is that its a chemical stain based on either the foam under the tongue which is yellow.. Or something on your denim.
My two cents, Id oxi clean them as well. Why not, you have little to lose and alot to gain.
Your other option is to grab some paint from angelus and touch them up.. Since they are still new and clean, even if the colors dont match they should be fine after a few wears.
With rubber and midsoles, my goto method is using a rubber gum eraser.. This method on really is good for white midsoles. I strictly use it for as such. It looks like this. (you can use a suede eraser, however it just doesnt work as well as the rubber/gum eraser does)
Process is simple. Just test on the bottom or a small part of the shoes first.. reason being is that it can remove finishing or sometimes even paint if you rub too hard.. So I only would really recommend them on white midsoles.. Works amazing.