But it’s also the season of car heaters, snow boots, and long walks through the mall. So things can get awkward when you show up and are asked to remove your shoes.
Whether it’s a general policy of your hosts, or the sidewalks have ice salt all over them, there’s a good chance you’ll be asked to take your shoes off this month.
And while smelly shoes can be left at the door, smelly shoes make for smelly feet, so the embarrassment won’t end there.
Here’s how to remove your shoes with confidence: Smelly Shoe Spray.
Ideally, it would be nice if everyone had time for proper shoe care. Don’t wear the same pair two days in a row, clean and polish them regularly, and wear the right shoes for the right activity. But life often isn’t like that—two events in a row that call for your nicest shoe, no free time for a buff and polish (especially if you’re paying for one—holiday lines can get long), and plans changing so that suddenly you’re running through Macy’s in heels before the store closes on your way to a late night cocktail party.
Smelly Shoe Spray is natural and easy—just spray the insides of your shoes, and there will be a lovely peppermint odor followed by the stench fighting power of colloidal silver. Colloidal silver fights pathogens, including the ones that cause bad smells. After the peppermint dissipates, silver will be there protecting your shoes, and each use will make for a thicker, more effective layer of protection!
Because the ingredients are natural and non-toxic, Smelly Shoe Spray is safe to use on shoes that you wear without socks, on kids shoes, and on other stinckies like pet beds.
What gatherings are you looking forward to this month?