There is no definitive answer to this question as the damage done by bleach to white shoes will vary depending on the type of white shoe and how often it is used. Generally speaking, however, bleach can cause some fading and staining of the shoe’s surface.
The white paint on a canvas is made up of tiny pigments that fade over time. The yellow paint is made up of a different pigment and will not fade as quickly.
No, bleach does not turn white shoes yellow.
It depends on the type of bleach and what it is used for. Most general purpose bleach will take about six hours to completely clean a white shoe, but some stronger bleach chemicals may take up to 24 hours. Soak your shoes in a pot of water with the bleach until all the liquid has been absorbed, then dry them off.
Yes, peroxide can remove yellow stains. However, it is important to use a high-quality peroxide and to apply it evenly.