Very effective at deodorizing, particularly for boots or other shoes that get many hours of wear. Comes with a 25-year warranty. Actually takes the odor out of your shoes rather than covering it up. Helps keep athletes foot at bay.
Emits ozone. In order to operate both the drier and the deodorizer, you will need 2 available outlets.
Should last up to 2 years. Does a good job of taking out the stink without adding a perfume smell. Comes in a set with several shapes including 2 rectangles that fit nicely into shoes. The bags are attractive.
Bags have to be recharged by lying in the sun about once a month for a couple of hours.
Pleasant smell. Works on feet to make them feel softer, too. Lasts all day. Helps to keep your feet healthy. Can be used on sandals and flip flops. Can be sprayed directly onto feet or onto shoes.
This product will feel tingly on your skin, which some people like but others do not.
Made with essential oils and all natural products. Just spray in a shoe that smells. Comes in 3 scent choices. The smell is very nice. Seems to replace the odor. The company stands behind the product and is very responsive. This can be sprayed directly on your feet.
You may have to experiment to figure out your best odor choice.
Just throw them in your shoe or gym bag to take away odors. You can control how much of the odor you want to release. Made to look like sports balls. A good way to prevent bad odors from starting. You can roll them onto the floor of a closet.
This is not an odor remover. It just covers up odors. It also gets "used up" and needs to be replaced on a regular basis.
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If your favorite shoes start smelling bad, you may want to try a shoe deodorizer to help restore them to a more tolerable state. Shoe deodorizers come in many forms. You can find powders, sprays, sachets, and even electrical drying units. When you buy, consider if you just want something that can cover odors, or if you want a product that can get at the source of the smell in your shoes and attempt to eliminate it. Many inexpensive sprays and inserts can help you cover odors or treat your feet kindly in order to prevent them from smelling in the first place. Try those with active essential oils or sachet-style inserts with charcoal filler if you are looking for natural solutions. The best shoe deodorizers available are electrical deodorizers that can dry and sanitize your shoes when they are not in use. This choice is a little more expensive, but may be your best for long-wear footwear like heavy and expensive work boots.
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