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Remove scuff marks from white shoes

If you have a pair of white shoes, you know it is inevitable that you will eventually scuff them up. Fortunately, there are some quick things you can do to remove those pesky black marks and scuffs from your shoes.

One tip is to dip a Q-tip into non-acetone nail polish remover and gently brush across the scuff mark. If the mark is in an obvious place, test the remover on an unconspicious place first.

Mr. Clean Magic Eraser also removes scuff marks if you have one.

Lastly, toothpaste rubbed on with a cotton ball also can remove scuff marks from white shoes.

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