Yeezys Sneaker lovers are getting into the Yeezy game to trade them for cash or flex them for hype. But either way, it definitely doesn’t work with dirty, crusty Yeezys! Also, getting your Yeezys dirty is a CRIME against sneakers! Cleaning Yeezys is salvation. So, here’s a guide on how to clean Yeezys, no matter what silhouette you are.

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What Will You Need!

– Your own model of Yeezys

– A shoe cleaning kit – we endorse using Sneaker Aid

– Shoe cleaning brushes: a brush with hard bristles and a brush with soft bristles

– Several clean towels. The Sneaker Aid Kit already includes a microfiber cloth that is perfect for cleaning and drying your shoes. But if you need more, brand sure they are clean and ready to go!

Yeezy Stage Cleanup

  • By Hand

So when it comes to clean Yeezys, there’s always one common denominator for all models. As you can see, as much as each model looks different from the previous one, they have one thing in common: the soles. In general, all Yeezys have rubber soles in addition to some type of cushioning technology in the midsoles. PLUS cleaning the insoles and laces is also pretty much the same. How to clean Yeezys!

  • SOLE

  1. Carefully remove the soles and laces from your Yeezys
  2. Fill a container halfway with warm water and add 2-3 drops of cleaning solution
  3. Dip your stiff bristle brush in the water/cleaning solution and start scrubbing the soles
  4. Don’t be too soft, put a little force on the elbow!
  5. Make sure to dip your brush in soapy water often!
  6. Rinse the soles with a clean cloth dampened with warm water, removing excess cleaner and dirt.

*Note: Be careful not to touch the top with the stiff bristle brush while cleaning the Yeezys.


  1. Empty and rinse your container. Fill it with semi-warm water and 2-3 drops of a cleaning solution
  2. Put the laces in the bowl and let them soak for about 20 minutes.
  3. Use your soft bristle brush to gently scrub the laces
  4. Hang to dry

  1. Empty and rinse your container. Fill it with semi-warm water and 2-3 drops of a cleaning solution
  2. DO NOT soak the template in the solution. Use the solution to dip your soft bristle brush
  3. Gently rub the insoles and then clean them
  4. Air dry the stencils overnight!

In-A-Pinch Method

Another method of cleaning Yeezys involves a much faster process. Though, we recommend that you do not use this method too often. It’s a lot less gentle on your Yeezys and you’ll end up looking for a shoe repair guide. The super quick method is to use your washing machine to clean Yeezys. NOT in your dishwasher (you’d be surprised!).

Your washing machine isn’t just for washing your clothes, you can also use it to clean your Yeezy Boosts. But DON’T just throw your Yeezys in the machine and hit start, follow the steps below to keep them as safe as possible.

What will you need

– Your own Yeezys (any model also works with this method)

– A fully functional washing machine

– Instead, some laundry bags or even pillowcases.

– A mild detergent that is gentle

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How to clean Yeezys in a laundry machine

  1. Prudently eliminate the insoles and laces from your Yeezy. DO NOT put the stencils in the washing machine!
  2. Place the laces in a wash bag or pillowcase and tie a knot carefully to prevent the laces from coming off and becoming entangled.
  3. Use a soft cloth to remove as much mud and dirt as possible from the soles.
  4. Place each slipper in its separate pillowcase or garment bag!
  5. Throw them in the washing machine, don’t be passive-aggressive
  6. Add a small amount of detergent to your washing machine, less than half of what you would normally use
  7. Set your machine to COOL. High temperatures could melt the soles – BIG MISTAKE!
  8. Now set the cycle to soft and press start.

When the cycle is complete, remove your shoes and laces and let them air dry for at least a full day before lacing them back up and showing off your renewed kicks. They may feel a bit tight afterward, but don’t worry, they’ll stretch out again.

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