Keep Gym Shoes Fresh

September 17, 2014

Stinky Shoes Wilt FlowersIf you work out a lot, you probably have a favorite pair of tennis—they’re broken in, but still support you in all the right places! Unfortunately, constant use and hard wear might leave them smelling less than ideal. And with smell comes germs—including those that cause Athlete’s Foot!

You may have avoided shoe products in the past—they can be an embarrassing thing to pull out of your gym bag, and they have a tell-tale smell! Plus, many contain an antifungal agent that can cause skin irritation!

Try something new—and natural! Smelly Shoe Spray! Its discreet design fits in the palm of your hand—it’s not a giant aerosal. It has a lovely peppermint smell—that dissipates quickly. And best of all? As long as you aren’t allergic to silver, it won’t irritate your skin. If you have fancy sockless shoes, it’s safe to use!

It will dry in your shoes quickly, and leave a light coating of nanosilver that will fight germs that cause odor and Athlete’s Foot. Use Smelly Shoe Spray before and after each visit to the gym, each jog, or any day you’ll be in your shoes for long periods!

But what about wetness? I want dry feet!

Save yourself a buck—the secret to fighting wetness is a light coating of baking soda, which you can buy in bulk. If the soles of your shoes get dirty, you can also leave a thick layer of baking soda in overnight to help clean them (this is great if they aren’t shoes that can be thrown in the washer!). Just shake them out well in the morning.

How old are your favorite shoes?

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