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Introducción

The Air Jordan 1 is a leather sneaker that scratches and scuffs easily with wear. By completing these steps, you can learn how to repair your worn sneakers and improve their condition.

  1. Unlace sneakers.
    • Unlace sneakers.

  2. Stuff toe-box with paper towels until leather is stuffed to capacity.
    • Stuff toe-box with paper towels until leather is stuffed to capacity.

  3. Dampen a small towel.
    • Dampen a small towel.

    • Place damp towel across toe-box.

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  5. Using a flat iron, iron over the damp towel to remove toe-box creases.
    • Using a flat iron, iron over the damp towel to remove toe-box creases.

  6. Remove towel after ironing.
    • Remove towel after ironing.

    • For best results, keep toe-box stuffed with paper towels until you're ready to wear.

  7. Select Angelus Leather Paint that matches the original color of your shoes.
    • Select Angelus Leather Paint that matches the original color of your shoes.

    • Using a small paint brush, paint over scuffs and scratches with their original color in thin, even coats.

    • Allow 20 minutes in between coats for paint to fully dry.

  8. Re-lace sneakers.
    • Re-lace sneakers.

Conclusión

Once you've completed these steps, your shoes will be ready for wear.

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Lucas Beauchamp - Contestar

why and how because i have the all jordan but the only jordan that have a crease is the jordan 12

Azariea Ray - Contestar

Would this technique work on fearless zoom irridecent ? I know when I have had just a drop of water on then it looks oily almost like there is a fine coat of some sort on them

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