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Got them wet and dirty on the top front area, how do i clean them?

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Respected sir /madam
your problem cab be easly handled the sted you need to take is

1) buy a sponge from neary by stores

2) take a warm water in a mug , mix a soap solution in it and mix it well

3 dip the sponge in it then take it out ,get rid of excess water then apply it on your shoe where the dirt is there and rub it till the stain or dirt is gone

4) finally dry the shoes

if my solution has helped you pls vote for my answer

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