How to Clean Your Kids’ Shoes in Seconds

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I bought this power scrubber brush attachment set for my power drill to clean the grout between my bathroom floor tiles. When reading the reviews, I noticed people were using the smallest brush to clean their sneaker soles, and that gave me an idea.

I love getting hand-me-downs, and especially hand-me-down shoes, since baby shoes are:

  1. Expensive
  2. Usually only good for a few months before your baby’s foot grows out of them
  3. Way too easy to lose

But no one wants to put their baby in grungy, dirty, used shoes, so I got some of my favorite baking soda cleaner (Mrs. Meyers Clean Day Baking Soda Cream Cleaner), and grabbed my handy drill with the smallest brush attachment from the set. And voila!

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The shoe on the left took seconds to clean with my power scrubber

It took SECONDS to clean these tiny baby shoes. I rinsed them off with hot water, gave the uppers a rinse (be careful not to use the drill attachment on the uppers though), stuffed them with paper towels, and let them dry.

Good as new.

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