How do I remove scuff marks on children's white leather shoes and the rubber sole?
I remember using fingernail polish remover on white shoes when I was younger. Use very little on a cotton swab or Q-tip and gently rub the black marks. They should rub off. NEVER do this on black patent it will not work. It leaves a bad dull smear.
I hope this works for you! (06/24/2005)
By Connie H.
I use rubbing alcohol. (06/25/2005)
Try using toothpaste. A white-colored toothpaste will work best. Squeeze some on a damp washcloth and rub the paste into the area containing the scuff marks. May take a little elbow grease to make the marks disappear, but the toothpaste has just enough abrasive in it to do the job. My mother used to use this on my white shoes when I was young. (06/27/2005)
Mr. Clean Magic eraser is great for getting out scuff marks. (07/10/2005)
I took your advise in using fingernail polish remover on my white shoes and it works. You are a life saver. Thank you. (02/03/2006)
I tried the alcohol and it worked! The scuff marks came off instantly and it did not require scrubbing. Furthermore, it did not remove the color. Thank you Sara! (04/18/2006)
I used nail varnish remover and it came off instantly, thank you very much. (02/11/2007)
By Edith Donald
Thank you soo much! Didn't think nail polish remover would work but my shoes look brand new. You would never tell I had marks on them in the first place now. Thanks heaps! (04/05/2007)
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