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 Step1. Add 2 tbsp. dishwashing soap into a bucket.
 Step2. Fill the bucket with difficulties.
 Step3. Immerse a bit of sponge towards the water and soap ken griffey jr shoes and use it to wipe on the shoes. Get lessen all dirt, mud and dirt.
 Step4. Have a toothbrush to clean extremely dirty parts in the soap and water.
 Step5. Air-dry these comfortable shoes before wearing.

 1.Never squeeze shoes into automatic washer.
 2.You should never immerse them in water.
 3.Never bleach the footwear.   

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