THERE'S no denying that white sliders make a chic addition to your wardrobe - but let's be honest, they're not exactly the most practical shoe.
That said, cleaning fans have revealed how you can get your white shoes looking brand new again thanks to an 89p product.
Posting on the TikTok channel, Josie Kullowsky revealed how a trip to the beach ruined her new River Island sliders.
Rather than chucking them away, Josie used Mrs Hinch's favourite Pink Stuff cleaning paste to give them a new lease of life - and it worked an absolute treat.
In the two short clips, the cleaning fan uses an old toothbrush to work the product onto the filthy sole of the shoes.
Then, she completely covers the top in a thick layer of the paste - being extra careful to get around the gold pendant.
After leaving them a few minutes, Josie rinses the sliders in the shower.
And in just three short steps, her grubby shoes look brand new again.
Unsurprisingly, her videos have racked up hundreds of "likes" on TikTok from cleaning fans.
But that's not all - as Mrs Hinch fans have previously used the bargain product on their grubby trainers too.
Alternatively, the Pink Stuff can be used to tackle grease and grime on oven doors.
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And this woman cleaned her filthy white trainers with TOOTHPASTE and it leaves them looking brand new.
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