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So you came up on a pair of Nike Flyknit Racers for Christmas. Or perhaps you just scooped up a pair of the all-new Nike Flyknit Air Max. Whatever the case may be, they may look nice and fresh now, but one thing’s for certain—there will inevitably come a time when you’ll need to figure out a way to clean your knitted sneakers. The question is, how?

You can try questionable home remedies like scrubbing with a toothbrush or rubber eraser, or you can do it the right way. To show users what that “right way” is, the homies over at SoleCollector enlisted the help of Jason Markk—the go-to source for sneaker cleaning techniques—to provide a detailed, step-by-step guide on how to make those Flyknits come out looking good as new. Check out the video here.

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