Are you embarrassed by your stinky shoes? Do you cringe whenever you have to take your shoes off in front of others? It happens to most of us, but the good news is that your shoes can smell fresh again in no time. With these tips and tricks, your shoes will no longer be a nuisance to your nose!
How to Freshen Stinky Shoes
Do your shoes stink up the room after a workout? Put some tea bags in them as soon as you take them off. The tea bags will absorb the odor and leave your shoes smelling fresh.
Make your own deodorizer pouches for your shoes. You can reuse the pouches again and again, and you’ll always have sweet-smelling shoes. Winner!
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Mint spray is a natural shoe deodorizer. Every athlete, runner or mom should keep a bottle of shoe spray handy.
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Fill some socks with kitty litter and stick them in your shoes overnight. You know that’s powerful stuff!
Start saving your orange peels if you have stinky feet. Place them in your shoes for about 24 hours. The peels will absorb odors and leave a fresh citrusy scent behind.
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What’s worse than stinky shoes? Stinky, damp shoes. Eww. Use crumpled up newspaper to absorb the moisture and odor.
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We recommend putting them in a plastic bag first, but putting your shoes in the freezer is a surefire way to get rid of odors. You need to leave them there for a day or two for the cold to kill all the odor-causing bacteria.
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Coffee grounds can freshen everything from shoes to garbage disposals! Put the coffee grounds in aluminum foil first before adding them to your shoes. You don’t want a wet, mushy mess on your hands (or feet).
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Put a bar of soap in each shoe to get rid of foot funk. It’s also a great way to freshen drawers and closets.
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Natural Bamboo Charcoal Shoe Deodorizers work well in gym bags, diaper pails and lockers as well as shoes. The activated charcoal absorbs foul odors, and these bags are reusable.