Introduction

Looking for a short yet efficient guide to restore your Jordan midsole? You've come to the right place. This guide will provide clear instructions along with photos to facilitate your understanding with each step. Tips are provided to encourage the best results.

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  • Grab the pair of Jordans you would like to repaint and wipe the midsole with a toothbrush or cotton ball to remove any dirt or dust (midsoles are already clean in this picture).

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  • Using a metal file, carefully scratch off the paint closest to the leather.

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Image 1/1: I recommend using rubber gloves to protect your skin from the acetone, but it's not necessary.
  • Wet a cotton ball with acetone and lightly scrub the leftover paint until the surface is smooth and most or all the paint is removed.

  • I recommend using rubber gloves to protect your skin from the acetone, but it's not necessary.

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  • Remove any dust, dirt, and excess paint with your fingers or cotton balls and water.

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  • Carefully place painter's tape along the edges of the part of the shoe you would like to paint.

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  • Grab your paint and paint brush and thinly coat the desired area.

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Image 1/1: For best results, wait 24 hours between each paint coat.
  • Wait until your paint dries and apply another coat. Repeat this step 2-4 more times or until you're content with the shade of your color. This picture depicts the shade of white after 5 coats.

  • For best results, wait 24 hours between each paint coat.

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  • After applying your final coat, allow 24-48 hours for the paint to dry before wearing. Once your paint is dry, remove the tape and you're good to go!

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this is a really bad explanation. You should get a life, because you clearly suck at this

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