Smelly shoes? 5 effective tricks to eliminate the problem!

If you happen to have one or more pairs of smelly shoes, with these simple tricks you can solve the problem permanently. Often these smells come from the internal skin: some footwear retains sweat with greater intensity and, for this reason, it is difficult to eliminate it.

But there are well- 5 solutions suited to defeat this problem! Curious? Let's begin!

Smelly shoes: the first trick to eliminate it? baking soda!

Baking soda is the most used method for smelly shoes . You just have to put a spoon in the insoles of both your shoes. Leave on all night. In the morning the smell will have disappeared as if by magic.

Second trick: zest of orange, lemon and grapefruit!

Another very effective remedy is to insert the zest of an orange, a lemon and a grapefruit - together - into the insoles of the shoes. Leave on overnight . Success is assured.

Third trick for smelly shoes: eliminate the bad smelling bacteria with sage and lavender!

Both Sage and Lavender are two plants that are very effective in fighting bacteria that cause the bad smell of shoes.

For this remedy you will have to put some sage leaves and a few sprigs of lavender in each shoe . Place your shoes in the open air , for example on the balcony and leave to act overnight.

Fourth trick: the natural disinfectant for foul-smelling shoes? The Tea Tree

L ' essential oil of Tea tree can serve both to remove the odor from shoes to both disinfect thoroughly .

Pour a few drops of tea tree essential oil on the insoles  2 times a week.

Fifth trick: talcum powder for excessive sweating of the feet

The talcum powder is perfect if you happen to have excessive sweating of the foot but it also serves to eliminate bad smell from shoes .

  • If you want to use it for shoes : you will have to put some in each shoe and let it act all night and remove it in the morning.
  • If you want to use it to calm sweating : you can distribute talcum powder on the sole of the foot so that it can absorb moisture and avoid the proliferation of bacteria.

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