When the days start to get warmer you are likely to find yourself spending much more time in your sandals. Considering the wide variety of sandals available, all designed for different uses and purposes, there are endless chances of getting them dirty. While outdoor hiking sandals and athletic sandals are built to be appropriate for all terrains, regular use is bound to leave them dirty and smelly.
While the best way to clean your sandals depends largely upon the material they’re made of, there are various quick and easy ways for you to maintain their quality. Today we’ll be focusing on two of the most common materials used in sandals- leather and rubber. Here are a few of the best methods you can use to properly clean your sandals.