Unfortunately, your shoes often develop odors over time, and you may not realize that your shoes need to be refreshed until the odor is out of control. Luckily, you can easily keep shoes fresh with a few easy solutions.
In fact, you probably have the ingredients you need in your home already.
Here are some DIY Tricks you’ll want to try
① Freeze Your Shoes
It sounds strange, but popping your shoes in the freezer can eliminate odors. The freezing temperatures help kill odor-causing bacteria.
You can place your shoes in a Ziploc bag, seal them, and then place in the freezer overnight. Remove shoes in the morning and they’ll smell fresh.
Let the baking soda sit in your shoes overnight. The next morning, eliminate any excess baking powder. The baking powder is absorbent and will lift and absorb away any bad odors.
In most cases, it’s best to use this method in shoes that require you to wear socks. The presence of the baby powder will eliminate moisture and keep your feet and shoes fresh all day long.
The peels help to eliminate any odors and you’ll enjoy citrus-scented, fresh shoes the next day.
Allow the beans to sit in shoes for several hours for the best result. If you don’t want to use fresh coffee beans, use expired coffee beans in shoes for an inexpensive way to freshen shoes.
After the oil dries on the paper, place the ball of newspaper in your shoes. Allow the newspaper to sit in shoes for several hours. The longer you leave the paper in the shoes, the more of the odor the newspaper will eliminate.
Calleigh is passionate about inspiring others to a healthy living and encourages to re-discover their lifestyle. Her keen interest in health shines through in her written work on DIY skin care, beauty tips, healthy and active lifestyles.
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