Smelly Shoes No More!

smelly shoes no more

Do you wonder how to get rid of shoe odour fast? Many people are battling with smelly shoes from time to timeTo help you out, here are the best ways to get rid of shoe odour for good.

Why do your shoes smell so bad anyway?

Two words: moisture buildup.

Your shoes attract moisture due to a number of reasons. It could be because of ill-fitting shoes, lack of air flowing through your shoes, or sweaty feet. FACT: Do you know your feet produce approximately 8 ounces of sweat every day?

It’s not actually the moisture that causes the bad smell. It’s the bacteria, which love to live in dark, damp places.

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The Method

Activated charcoal is better in eliminating odour from different types of shoes, such as those made from leather.

Here’s why it works well:

It’s composed of thousands upon thousands of pores, which were created due to the oxygenation process, on its surface. These microscopic pores absorb different types of odours, fumes, and impurities.

However You do have to change activated charcoal, so it won’t lose its efficiency. Normally, manufacturers give recommendations on how long the activated carbon or filter lasts, ranging from one week to three months to even a year.

Step 1

Place enough activated charcoal to fill used nylon leggings or thin socks. Put each legging deep within your stinky shoes.

Step 2

Store your shoes inside a paper bag or shoe box, or wrap them with aluminum foil. Leave it for four days.

Please note: The efficiency of activated charcoal to remove air pollutants and other odours depend on the amount you use. Thus, the greater the amount you use, the better and faster a bad smell is banished.

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One thought on “Smelly Shoes No More!

  1. Hi,

    Thank you for your comment. Images are for illustration purposes only. However thank you for bringing this to our attention. This is so that readers understand not only the granular can be used but also charcoal in a block.

    Hope this helps.

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