An End To Smelly Shoes

November 7, 2013

Hiking. Skiing. A long road trip to grandma’s house. All of these are common winter events that contribute to stinky feet.

And with cold weather setting in, it’s a horrible time to open a window for them. Downright cruel to set them on the porch to air out—at the least your feet will be icicles when you put them on to leave. Around here, you’ll be lucky if they aren’t sopping wet with snow!

So what are you to so? Try our Smelly Shoe Spray. It has two active ingredients:

Colloidal silver, which kills the germs causing the odor and helps protect shoes from future odor causing germs,

And peppermint oil, which adds the immediate relief of a nice, pleasant aroma.

Because it’s safe and all natural, you can use it to kill odors around the house—pet bedding, sports bags, the laundry basket.

This isn’t like certain commercial sprays that use chemicals to trap odors. This is getting rid of odors at the source—the bacteria that causes them. Colloidal silver is super effective at killing (technically deactivating) bacteria, fungi, and other pathogens.

Try it out on your boots, sandals, or gym shoes today!


Emma Spera December 5, 2013 at 9:14 pm

Cedar is also great for keeping away bugs! But I can’t imagine wooden insoles being comfy.

Franzi Beck November 30, 2013 at 12:44 pm

Sweaty feet can contribute to bad foot odor. It’s because sweaty feet encourage stinky foot bacteria. For me there is no better thing than cedar wood! It has antibacterial features and give your feet and shoes a fresh smelling flavor. Maybe try special insoles made from cedar wood – so called cedarsoles. Just put them inside your shoes and stinky problems should find an end.

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