So, you've got a pair of those sleek white leather trainers, the kind that turns heads on the street. They're your go-to for almost every occasion, but let's face it – keeping them pristine can be a challenge. Fear not! In this guide, we'll walk you through four tried-and-tested methods to keep your shoes looking as fresh as the day you bought them. From toothpaste and baking soda to vinegar and olive oil, we've got the lowdown on how to clean white leather trainers. Let's dive in and get those kicks shining bright again!


1. Toothpaste and Baking Soda

Grab your toothpaste (the non-gel variety) and a toothbrush – not the one you use for your teeth, of course! Mix a tablespoon of toothpaste with a tablespoon of baking soda and some warm water to form a paste. Gently scrub the mixture onto the stained areas using the toothbrush. This method works wonders on scuff marks and light stains. Once you've scrubbed away the blemishes, wipe off the residue with a damp cloth. Dry your shoes thoroughly, since moisture can damage leather.


2. Soap

Sometimes, the classics are classics for a reason. A mild, white soap and warm water combo can work wonders for your white leather trainers. Mix a small amount of mild soap with warm water in a bowl. Dip a soft cloth or sponge into the soapy water and gently scrub the surface of your trainers. Be sure not to saturate them – a little soap goes a long way. Wipe off any excess soap with a damp cloth, then dry the shoes with a clean towel. This method is perfect for a regular clean-up to maintain that pristine look.


3. Magic Eraser

Enter the magic eraser – a true wizard in the world of cleaning. Wet and wring the eraser and gently rub away scuffs and stains on your white leather trainers. You can also use it to remove grime from the soles. The magic eraser sponge is particularly effective on stubborn marks, but remember to use it with care, especially on delicate leather surfaces. Once the stains have vanished, wipe away any foam crumbles with a damp cloth. Watch as the magic unfolds, leaving your trainers looking like new!


4. Vinegar and Olive Oil Solution

For a more natural approach, mix a quarter cup of vinegar and half a cup of olive oil in a spray bottle. Shake the solution and spray it onto your trainers. Let the mixture sit for five minutes, then gently wipe it off with a soft, dry cloth. The vinegar helps remove stains, while the olive oil conditions and nourishes the leather. This method not only cleans but also leaves your trainers with a subtle shine.


And there you have it – four foolproof methods to keep your white leather trainers in tip-top condition. Now, as you lace up your sparkling clean kicks, consider adding a new pair of white leather trainers to your collection. As a brand new family-owned fashion brand from London, Finily offers cutting-edge trainers that are both comfortable and affordable. Visit our online store at to explore our selection and step out in style with confidence.