Mum transforms dirty shoes with $2 Kmart product

The budget Kmart item delivers incredible results!

Cleaning dirt from light-coloured shoes can be a near-impossible task. 

Now, thanks to one clever mum, you don't have to risk chucking shoes in the washing machine.

Her simple and affordable hack might even save you from having to replace your shoes, as dirty, grey sneakers can be revived back to their original sparkling white.

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Posting to the popular Mums Who Clean Facebook pages, she showed the before and after of her son's shoes. She revealed that she achieved these incredible results using only a $2 Kmart Cleaning Eraser.

Image: Kmart

Only $2 for a pack of six, the cleaning pads are usually used to wipe down walls. But the cleaning-savvy mum discovered that the Cleaning Erasers have another utility. 

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“I thought I would share as I’m super impressed,” she wrote in her Mums Who Clean Facebook post.

“My son’s shoes were gross and dirty from daycare so I needed to wash them. I used the Kmart cleaning erasers and the white came up great.

Image: Facebook/Mums Who Clean

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“Now to dry and only get dirty again!”

Other members of the group expressed their love for the Kmart product: "Those are my favourite to clean with!"

Lead image: Facebook/Mums Who Clean

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