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How to Wash Geox Kids' Shoes

Updated February 21, 2017

GEOX shoes are designed to keep feet dry, dispelling sweat and moisture that could lead to foot odour. Because of the design of the shoe, keeping them clean and free of water is essential if you don't want to damage them. Kids are hard on shoes and if you've invested in a pair of GEOX shoes for your child, you'll want to keep them looking clean and new as long as possible. Washing your child's GOEX shoes requires special care to avoid permanently damaging the shoe.

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  1. Clean GEOX sneakers with a damp washcloth and mild soap. Rinse and wring the wash cloth and wipe away any soap left on the surface. Dry the sneakers by air to avoid damaging them.

  2. Dampen a clean washcloth and clean away debris, dirt and dust from the surface of soft-leather shoes. Allow shoes to dry before polishing the surface with a colour-matched shoe polish and a lint-free cotton cloth. Polish in gentle, circular motions to avoid scratching the surface of the leather.

  3. Brush the surface of suede and nubuck shoes regularly with a dry, soft-bristled shoe brush to dislodge dirt and debris and keep shoes looking clean and neat.

  4. Tip

    Do not machine-wash any type of GEOX shoes, as this will permanently damage the shoes. Avoid getting suede shoes wet; it can damage the surface.

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Things You'll Need

  • Damp washcloth
  • Mild soap
  • Soft-bristled shoe brush
  • Shoe polish
  • Lint-free cloth

About the Author

Jennifer Hudock is an author, editor and freelancer from Pennsylvania. She has upcoming work appearing in two Library of the Living Dead Press anthologies and has been published in numerous print and online journals, including eMuse, Real TV Addict and Strange Horizons. She has a Bachelor of Arts in English/creative writing from Bloomsburg University.

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