Cleaning fanatic gets battered and dirty Converse looking brand new using just a toothbrush and one cheap product – The Sun

WHITE trainers look amazing when they're fresh out of the box, but after a couple of months, they tend to look tired, battered and grubby.

But one woman whose previously white Converse ended up looking less than gleaming has come up with a genius solution for getting her shoes looking brand new again.

Posting in Facebook group Mrs Hinch Made Me Do It, she shared a snap of a her filthy shoes before revealing the transformation – a pair of sparkling clean kicks.

Captioning the snaps, she wrote: "The Pink stuff is the best for Converse!

Detailing her cleaning method, the woman said: "I wet them and then used a toothbrush and scrubbed them with the Pink Stuff paste.

"I let them sit with the pink stuff on it for about 2 hours and then just put them on a 40 degree wash, then let them air dry outside.

The woman's cleaning was so effective, people accused her of pretending to have cleaned the shoes when she had actually bought a new pair.

But the woman assured that she really had scrubbed her Converse clean, writing: "What would I get out of lying about cleaning a pair of shoes?! People are nuts!"

The Pink Stuff paste costs just £1 in Wilko for 500g and promises to work on saucepans, cooker tops, sinks, showers, garden furniture and dozens of other surfaces.

Other cleaning fanatics flocked to tell the woman what a good job she had done, with many singing the praises of the miracle cleaning product.

"I’ve tried this too on mine," one woman wrote. "Pink stuff is amazing! Best to pop them on the line when the suns out..makes them come out whiter!"

Another said: "I do this with my children’s white trainers works wonders."

For more cleaning hacks, a mum has shared her nifty hack to stop bowls filling with water in the dishwasher – and people reckon it's a game changer.

And as we previously told you, a mum reveals she's sworn off ironing for life & claims £15 hand steamer from Asda does the job just as well – and loads quicker.

Plus we shared how organised mums have breezed through back-to-school panic with labelling and lunchbox prep.

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