Help Shoes Survive Fall Weather

October 3, 2017

It rains, and suddenly, puddles are everywhere. Your shoes are wet, and nothing is worse than the smell of wet leather and feet, except for the smell of shoes that are sweaty, too (a change in weather means going back and forth between the cold outside and the heated indoors).

Stop shoes from picking up a nasty odor, and be ready to fight any odors when you peel your feet out with Smelly Shoe Spray.

This time of year, you’re walking through puddles, decaying leaves, mud, and more. It will only be natural to take your shoes off before going into anyone’s home, and that can be an awkward moment if a burst of smelly foot odor is released the second your feet and shoes are parted. Here’s where Smelly Shoe Spray comes in: with an immediate burst of peppermint it masks unpleasant odors, then it goes to work on the germs that cause them with colloidal silver.

Don’t be afraid to go barefoot with Smelly Shoe Spray. Barring an allergy, there’s no mysterious chemicals to irritate your skin. It’s peppermint (suspended in oil) and nanosilver (suspended in water).

Once your shoes are squared away, you can use Smelly Shoe Spray to keep other perennially musty, moist, or just inexcusably smelly items fresh. Dog beds, travel bags, gym gear, or just forgotten upholstery can all be freshened up with Smelly Shoe Spray, and you can feel better about having the ingredients all over your house.

As with any fabric product, be sure to do a test patch to make sure it won’t cause discoloration. While it’s unlikely, why risk it?

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