How To Remove Scuff Marks From Shoes To Keep Them Looking New

Noticing discolored scratch-like marks on your favorite shoes? You may be seeing them on shoes you wear most often, dampening the allure of your pretty shoes and heels.

In this guide, I'm going to share hacks on how to remove scuff marks from shoes so that you can flaunt them confidently once again.

Rub a white rubber eraser gently in circles onto the shoe until the scuff marks are erased. Then, lightly brush off any eraser debris.

Use a Rubber Eraser


Use it by mixing 1 to 2 tablespoons of baking soda with warm water, scrub the paste over the shoes, and wipe with a clean damp cloth before allowing to air dry.

Baking Soda Can Help


Apply a small amount of non-gel toothpaste to a brush and gently scrub off the scuff marks. The abrasions on the brush will help scrub the dirt off and remove the discoloration.

Give Toothpaste a Try


Petroleum jelly is great for both patent leather and leather shoes as it helps preserve the leather finish.

Petroleum Jelly


The particular solvents that remove nail polish can oddly also help remove discoloration on your shoes.

Try Nail Polish Remover


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