How to Clean Baseball Cleats

Cleaning shoes is an exceptionally dirty job. Especially when they are baseball cleats! Mud sticks all over cleats, and the shoes become really dirty. No worries! This article has the best tips on how to clean your dirty cleats. So get out your wet cloths, and get cleaning!

Steps

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    Take the cleats into a space where it doesn't matter if it gets mud everywhere, and clap the cleats together to get loose mud off.
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    Next, use a firm brush to scrape off more mud.
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    If the shoes still aren't showing results, soak them in warm (not hot) water for 5-7 minutes.
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    Use a damp dishrag to wipe each individual spike off.
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    Use dish soap to wipe onto a dishrag. Work up a lather, then wipe in a circular motion to clean off excess dirt.
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    Rinse and repeat as necessary.
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    Clean with dry rag.
    • You now have clean cleats!

Warnings

  • Don't get the soap or other cleaning tools in your eyes.

Things You'll Need

  • Brush
  • Rags
  • Soap
  • Water/sink

Article Info

Categories: Baseball