Once is circumstance. Twice is coincidental. But three times? That’s a trend and is something you can bank on.

Just to make sure we weren’t wrong the first two times, experimental videographer machine.17 applied his super slow-motion artistry to attempt to ruin a stark white pair of adidas’s iconic Stan Smiths using high flying blue paint.

Third time around, the Crep Protect spray worked its magic. As product tests go, it’s hard to argue with it. But if you still don’t believe us, try any one of the London brand's range of wipes, cleaning solutions and plush microfiber sneaker towels from their online store and let us know how it did in the comments below.

For more slow motion Crep Protect action, check out our first two attempts.

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