Fight Musty and Sweaty Odors

December 22, 2016

ice-skate-coupleIt may be a warm winter, but that just means there’s going to be more sweat in your ice-skates and boots, leading to more odor! Even if you “air” them out, they’ll go back in your closet to increase musty smells in all your clothes.

Fight odors naturally, with ingredients you recognize using Smelly Shoe Spray.

Smelly Shoe Spray harnesses a fresh burst of peppermint (peppermint oil in alcohol) with the pathogen fighting power of colloidal silver (nano silver suspended in water). Together, they help keep shoes fresh, which ultimately helps them last a little longer.

If you’ve ever bought an expensive shoe care kit, they’ll include a spray for the insides. Not only does it cost more than Smelly Shoe Spray, the ingredients, if any, will often have long, tricky names. If you ever plan on slipping a bare foot into the plush insides of your winter boots (to go grab the mail or take out the trash, for instance), you don’t want your skin absorbing who-knows-what chemicals. And inversely, you definitely want to lay down some odor-fighting power on your shoes after you’ve had your bare foot in them!

And for long outings, socks go only so far. A quick spritz of Smelly Shoe Spray can make the difference when you peel your boost off in front of friends—is their an unmentionable odor that clings to your feet, or are you in the clear?

And make sure to harness the power of Smelly Shoe Spray around the house. Your laundry basket could really use the odor boost (it can become one of the germier places in your home). Your skin has its own (usually beneficial) bacterial colony, but it can pick up all sorts of things, including MRSA, that then end up on your clothes (and towels!). You should never wear anything pulled from the laundry basket (and although nicer clothes recommend minimal washing, you’ll have to balance that against germ prevention!). Or try other smell-gathering places like pet beds.

Always do a test patch before using anything on skin (for allergies) or fabric (for color changes), including with Smelly Shoe Spray.

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