As temperatures rise, a short walk becomes enough to elicit sweat, odor, and discomfort—nevermind the results of jogging, hiking, or otherwise enjoying a day outside. Keep the odor associated with sweat under control with Smelly Shoe Spray.
If it’s bad enough, you may not have to take off your shoes to notice odor, especially if you’re wearing normal shoes and not running shoes. During summer, socks tend to come off, and germs and odor are more easily able to come out. Keep shoes ready for the onslaught by pre-spraying them with Smelly Shoe Spray, and spray again when you take them off.
Smelly Shoe Spray works by combining the immediate masking scent of peppermint with the bacteria (and other pathogen) fighting power of colloidal silver. Keep shoes smelling fresh and in better condition by killing the germs that cause odor, using only ingredients that you recognize and that are safe for skin and breathing.
Here are other steps to ensure your shoes are in good condition you can follow: alternate what pair of shoes you wear each day. Especially with leather shoes, they need at least a day for sweat to dry/air out. Keep shoes clean, if you spill on them or step in something, wipe it off while it’s still easy and before it causes bigger problems.
Odor isn’t limited to shoes, and your use of Smelly Shoe Spray doesn’t have to be either. Keep gym clothes and accessories a little fresher until you can get them properly cleaned, especially if they’ll be sitting in your hot car. Pet bedding, especially if you’ll be camping or traveling, may need more than an airing out. Freshen it up with Smelly Shoe Spray. If you have inconvenient to wash fabrics (like in a camper), get rid of some of the must and absorbed odor with Smelly Shoe Spray.
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