How Do I Care for My Insoles
Foam pads or cloth covered insoles are particularly vulnerable to moisture damage. If your insoles get water stains, remove them from your shoes as soon as possible, tap gently with a dry towel to remove any surface moisture, and place them in a well-ventilated place, then lay flat. Allow to dry completely. Depending on the degree of saturation of the insole and the style of the insole, this may take a whole day to several days. Note: Leaving the insole dry or worn inside the shoe may result in decreased performance
Cleaning and maintaining the insole is actually a very simple task. For best results, use warm water and a mild detergent or soap to clean the insole.
Always avoid using silicone cleaning products as these types of soap can cause damage to the insole. For difficult-to-remove stains, you can perform on-site treatment by carefully scrubbing with a soft-bristle brush or the like. Afterwards, be sure to clean the insole to remove excess moisture and dirt, and then let them dry completely.
Taking care of your insole will prolong their lives, and often cleaning them will make them look like new ones and help avoid odors and any permanent staining. When you take care of your insole, they will take care of you and keep your foot pads and support.