- Crocs are great shoes for comfort but also when you know you are going to get muddy and grimmy. Fantastic for children that love stomping puddles and making mud pies.
Not to mention our beloved pets or visits from other peoples pets.
Crocs made exclusively of Croslite material: (Not the leather or suede ones)
- Mud and dirt can be removed with a garden hose.
- Use dish soap and water to clean occasionally to keep ahead of the dirt.
- To sanitize use solution of 1/4 cup of bleach and to one gallon water. Soak 10 minutes. Rinse.
- Crocs can be protected with Armor All or Crocsbutter. Apply to top and side of shoes Only. Most men have Armor All in the garage.
NOT for shoes that could be placed in a child's mouth!
- Applying protection after drying reshine of the shoes.
Crocs Blitzen or Mammoths with lining.
- If they are getting a little odor, you can use a Febreze type spray to delay washing. Apply and let dry.
- To wash - the lining can be removed or the entire shoe can go in the washer with lint free towels and warm water.
- Heat will shrink the lining and the slipper. Tumble dry only, use a warm air vent, shoe dryer on low, or air dry outdoors.
If by accident they go into the warm dryer, pull them out asap and put them on. When warm they will mold to your foot
and with luck the lining will stretch.
- Apply Crocbutter or Armor All to top and sizes to restore shine.
I have been a Crocs wearer for 10 years and have been through many styles. They were good but now with the new styles
they are getting into everyday wear for school kids, adults at work, and people that want durable, comfortable shoes that
can take some dirt and clean easily.