Prep: Grab a gentle detergent, a mesh garment bag (optional), and for a thorough clean, use a soft brush like an old toothbrush.
Remove the insoles from your Tabis.
Use the soft brush and some soapy water to wipe down your insoles and squeeze out as much water as possible from the insole. Pro deodorizing tip: sprinkle insoles with baking soda and let it sit overnight before removing the baking soda.
Clean the bottom of the shoes with the soft brush and soapy water before placing into a mesh bag.
Place the shoes into the washer with some old towels to balance the load (old towels work best to make sure dye doesn't bleed onto your shoes).
Set the washer to delicate, cold water cycle, and select a slow or no-spin motion. Start the wash using liquid detergent (if you use a powder detergent, first dissolve completely in warm water).
Air dry your shoes. You can hang them up, or just place them in a sunny spot! Place the insoles right back in for a clean pair of Tabis.