You own at least seven pairs of shoes. You have one for every possible occasion – for work, for hanging out and for errands. And since you’ve got the weekend off, you decide to clean all your shoes. You think this is probably the best way to spend your weekend.
We always want our shoes to keep their color, most especially the white ones. But we can observe that the color of the shoes we love is changing. What’s worse is that we don’t have any idea why it’s happening. The fact is, we can’t stop them from discoloration. It’s a part of the wear and tear process of any object. Environmental and chemical factors contribute to these changes.