I got my filthy trainers looking gleaming white thanks to miracle £2 paste – it works on basically any stain | The Sun

DO you have an old pair of white trainers at home that look filthy and have seen better days?

You may be able to transform them in seconds thanks to a £2 paste.



A video was shared on TikTok showing a pair of grubby shoes covered in mud and in desperate need of some TLC.

They demonstrated how all you need is a tin of Astonish’s The Good One Natural Paste to restore them to look brand new. 

And thankfully a 500g tin is currently just £2 in Wilko.

Using a wet scourer, they simply wiped the green paste onto the trainers and buffed away any dirt. 

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They then wiped away any paste, and in a matter of minutes, the trainers looked brand new.

Many people were impressed with the cleaning product, with one saying: “Looks amazing.”

Another added: “WOWOWOWW. Amazing results!!!”

And a third commented: “I still need to order this.”

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The multi-purpose cleaning product is made from naturally derived ingredients and smells like fresh mint.

The description reads: “Dampen a clean sponge, nylon scouring pad or soft cloth with clean warm water, scoop a small quantity of paste and apply to the surface. 

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“Rub with a circular motion. 

“Rinse with clean water or wipe with a clean cloth to remove residue.”



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