When you buy a pair of nice shoes at a Department store, they’ll probably try to up-sell you some shoe care equipment.
It costs a premium, an upcharge because of where it’s sold, and if the brand is associated with the shoe, another upcharge for that. And ingredients on the label? Forget it. You’ll pay a premium to spray who-knows-what right where your feet are going to spend the next several hours, where they’ll absorb whatever chemicals there are.
There’s a way to treat your favorite shoes better, to give them a little more life, and to keep them from that worst offense of all… smelling.
Smelly Shoe Spray has natural ingredients you can recognize, and count on one hand. It’s easy to identify allergens, and to decide if it’s what you want to use.
What’s in Smelly Shoe Spray? Peppermint essential oil in alcohol, for an immediate burst to cover odor, and colloidal silver (silver nano particles suspended in water) to help fight odor long-term, before and after you wear your shoes.
Take your favorite pair of shoes, or a pair you want to help last a little longer, and give them a burst of Smelly Shoe Spray. Or just take care of any pair of shoes that are hard-used, like boots, anything you wear barefoot, or your work shoes, and take care of the odor that can build up on them.
Smelly Shoe Spray works best if you use it before a day of hard wearing, and after each use (if it’s an old pair of shoes that you’re reviving, always do it before and after).
With a couple of bottles of Smelly Shoe Spray, you can keep one at home, and one with you, so if you need to take your shoes off to go into someone’s home, there’s no embarrassing odor.
And feel free to use Smelly Shoe Spray beyond shoes (always do a test patch for anything you use on fabrics). Laundry baskets, pet linens, gym bags, and other stinky spots are refreshed by Smelly Shoe Spray.
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