June 29, 2010 BY John Kim / 1
Every sneakerhead has that one pair of Air Jordan XIs victimized by the relentless disease known as yellowing; it’s an inevitable fate regardless of whether you wear them every day or keep them on ice. Even the most formidable of defenses (zip-lock bags, silica gel packs) can’t withstand the disease, but a curious product known as Sea Glow has come to the rescue, resurrecting dying pairs into rockable heat. Sea Glow was originally a cleaning product used for RVs, boats, and other large crafts; it does the job by preventing the drying out of these materials – a state that occurs when the material is exposed to sun for prolonged periods of time. Sea Glow became a home remedy for sneakers – particularly the Air Jordan XI – and the product has earned a reputation as being one of the best sneaker restoration tools out there. For those who might be skeptical or a bit hesitant at making an attempt check out the before-and-after shots after the jump. The rest of the tutorial is at UGSoles.
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Nahh man I've tried seaglow, Home made RetroBright, some stuff i got off of ebay..
I mean like they work such find but this is wheres its at
Best stuff there is to un-yellow your soles