Spring, in many places, is an in-between season. You might still be wearing boots, or you might be venturing into sandals, or you might be somewhere in between, with something sockless. No matter which path you choose, they’re probably getting a little funky. It happens—at this time of year, the weather can go from hot, to cold, to hot again, leading to sweat, bacteria, and odor. Or you might be getting straightforward sunny days, that are also longer—so your sandals are a little more worn, and smelly, then you want. Handle it all with safe Smelly Shoe Spray.
This isn’t something filled with weird science and unfamiliar chemicals. Smelly Shoe Spray is simple, with a short, understandable ingredient list. It’s got peppermint (in oil) for a quick burst of a better scent, and nanosilver (in water as colloidal silver) to fight the germs—including fungi—that may be causing the odor. It’s safe (excepting rare metal allergies). It’s relatively natural. And you can trust it enough to put your bare foot back in your shoe after you’ve used it!
Let’s be real—there isn’t a good way to clean your shoes. If washing won’t outright destroy them (ruining dye, ruining leather, or wearing them out), it will take them out of commission for days while they dry. Wiping the inside of shoes out might get rid of some dirt, but not the odor. And socks and sandals still aren’t fashionable, although most people don’t care so much anymore. There are lots of kits to take care of the outside of your shoes, but what about the insides? Kill those odors with Smelly Shoe Spray.
Plus, Smelly Shoe Spray can help you navigate another tricky situation—having foot odor around others. When it’s time to take your shoes off at someone else’s home, don’t be caught with foot odor—use Smelly Shoe Spray for a quick burst of peppermint to mask the smell (then quickly dissipate) and some silver to kill germs while you visit. (And be a good host—keep Smelly Shoe Spray by the shoe spot in your own home!).