- 1. Wash your sandals with a load of laundry on a gentle cycle using mild detergent or baking soda with cold water.
- 2. Do not use bleach or use other corrosive chemical cleaners. These can damage the straps.
- 3. Do not wash your sandals in the dish washer. High heat can damage the adhesive cementing the outsoles.
- 4. Air dry. Do not place sandals in the dryer or near a heat source. High heat can damage the adhesive cementing the outsoles.
- 1. Wash by hand with a damp cloth and gently blot the areas that require cleaning.
- 2. Air dry. Do not place leather products in the dryer or near any heat source. This can cause the leather to become brittle or crack.
- 3. If more thorough results are required, a specialized leather cleaner or conditioner can be a great help.
- 1. Wet down the straps.
- 2. Squirt fabric softener into the slot for each strap.
- 3. Pull the straps back and forth through their channels to clear any excess debris.
- 1. Scrub the footbed of your sandals with baking soda and water using a firm-bristled brush.
- 2. Air dry.
- 3. If more thorough methods are required, a specialized sandal wash (like Nikwax Sandal Wash) will do the trick.