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| by Dalia Hosny

Five Ways to Get Rid of Shoe Odor

You might have noticed that your shoes smell bad, and wondered how to get rid of shoe odor. Unfortunately, any pair of shoes can form a bad odor. Shoes, innersoles and socks are usually made from synthetic materials, which can be the reason behind the unpleasant smell. Freshen up your smelly shoes, and read about the five ways to get rid of shoe odor.

1. Orange Peel

Believe it or not, but if you place some orange peel in your smelly boots or shoes overnight, you will find no bad odor in the morning!

2. Baking Soda

Baking soda has magical powers when it comes to smelly shoes. If you sprinkle some baking soda inside the soles of your shoes and leave it for a couple of hours, you will get rid of shoe odor! Also, you can put some baking soda inside your shoes right before you wear it, to keep it fresh all day.

3. Baby Powder

Just like baking soda, baby powder can almost omit any bad smell from your shoes. It also won’t harm if you apply some baby powder on your feet before slipping your shoes on.

4. Newspapers

Though this may sound strange, but if you place newspapers inside of your smelly shoes, the bad smell will surely fade away after a while.

5. Fabric Conditioner

Fabric conditioner sheets are also perfect to absorb the bad smell inside of your shoes. Lay one thin sheet of fabric conditioner inside your shoes to leave it fresh.

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