First off, you will require a cloth, warm water, and a plastic tub or container.
Fill the plastic container with warm water. Adding soap or any type of chemical cleaner is unnecessary and could damage the materials of the shoe. Remember, your wrestling shoes are an investment, and proper care can help you extend the shelf-life of your shoes.
Place the cloth in water and drain the water so that the fabric does not get too wet, just damp. Then using soft round motions, wipe across the wrestling shoe, not scrubbing too hard to damage any material. Warm water laces work best when your laces start to fight and start turning them off from time to time to clean them. Do not use brushes or hard, coarse material in wrestling shoe materials.
It is important to consider how you use your feet to prevent athletes’ foot or fungal infections.
Another step to take when cleaning your wrestling shoes is to clean their interior as well. Again, hot water can be used, and you can use a very small amount of laundry detergent for the shoe’s interior, but too much of it can irritate the skin.
You can start by shaking off any excess dirt, then take a damp cloth with warm water (and detergent if you like) and even use a soft-bristle brush with water and clean the fabric inside the shoe, but only a little dry before putting on the shoes. About 30 minutes).
Socks are a must-have for foot problems. Socks made to keep moisture away from the feet are a good choice, so socks made with polypropylene and Capilene (instead of cotton) can be convenient.
Also, remember to change socks often if necessary. Dry feet tend to be safe feet. So it is essential to keep the feet dry, as an absorbent foot powder is used (several over-the-counter powders should work, some even medicated). Keep in mind that fungi do affect the feet needed to develop foot moisture, so do what you can to keep your feet as dry as possible.
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