When precipitation starts—whether you’re in a foggy, rainy part of the country or a snowy one—you’ll want to reach for the warmest, dryest boots you have. To help them last longer and keep them smelling fresh, make sure the insides are protected by Smelly Shoe Spray.
In Colorado, big snow storms are followed by weeks of slush, melt, puddles, and grime. Boot weather is weeks, not days. But most people don’t realise–each time you wear your boots (or any shoes) they are supposed to get a day to rest and air out/dry out. When storms come, that’s often not practical! Dry, warm feet are the priority. So, to keep your boots from picking up a warm, sweaty odor, be sure to use Smelly Shoe Spray.
Smelly Shoe Spray works with two simple ingredients: peppermint oil and colloidal silver. The peppermint oil works to immediately mask any unpleasant odors (great when you come inside and want to discreetly remove a sweaty boot), the colloidal silver works to kill germs that cause odor (and can help kill funguses that may cause athlete’s foot if you’re not using socks). Because Smelly Shoe Spray works on two fronts, it’s great to use before you need your boots (let them dry after spraying) to prevent odor, or after wearing if odor crops up.
Even when it’s cold out, sweating still happens under all the layers we use to bundle up. That means wetness inside the shoe, and the perfect breeding ground for germs and odor. Keep your shoes–and home!–fresh by staying on top of odor with Smelly Shoe Spray.