TEVA is most famous for its sandals, but it also offers a full line of close-toed footwear for outdoor enthusiasts. The sandals are made with a rubber outsole and nylon straps that connect the sandal to your foot. The rubber is designed to offer superior traction for muddy and slippery environments, so the sandals are typically used in hiking or other outdoor activities. As you would expect, TEVA sandals can get very dirty, and cleaning them regularly is essential. The manufacturer recommends a specific set of cleaning procedures for all TEVA sandals.
Rinse the entire sandal under cool water to dislodge large pieces of dirt and mud.
Grab the heel in one hand and the toe in other hand and bend the sandal in half with the interior sole facing out. Rinse the sandal again to remove small particles of dirt that have become lodged in the grooves of the sole.
Pour a small amount of antibacterial liquid soap on a scrub brush and vigorously scrub the rubber part of the sandal. Avoiding scrubbing the nylon straps, since this can cause the straps to fray.
Rinse the sandals thoroughly to remove all soap from the rubber.
Pat the sandals dry with a clean towel and leave them in a well-ventilated area to dry completely. Do not put them in direct sunlight.
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