How do you get a really terrible smell out of your shoes?

My running shows smell terrible. I put some of those good smelling dryer sheets into them, but that just made it worse. I heard putting baking soda in them and then freezing them helps. Is that true? Or is there a better way?

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6 Responses to “How do you get a really terrible smell out of your shoes?”

  1. Rehana A said:

    You’ll Need:

    Shoe Inserts
    Foot Odor Removers
    Talcum Powder
    Baking Soda
    Foot Powders

    1. Wash shoes thoroughly–inside and out–with soapy detergent and bleach.

    2. Sprinkle the insides of the shoes liberally with bicarbonate or baking soda.
    Leave overnight, and shake out before wearing again.

    3. Spray shoes daily with disinfectants and deodorizers specially designed for foot odor problems.

    4. Apply foot powder specially designed for foot odor problems to feet and/or shoes daily.

  2. redrose said:

    I think you put them outside for a day and then put many kind of perfume.

  3. Alex's mommy said:

    first wash them if that don’t work buy new soles for them baby powder will work too. good luck

  4. Sally said:

    Baking soda works.

  5. Gemma M said:

    I just put mine in the washing machine

  6. J.M said:

    Sorry but there is really nothing you can do about this. I have tried many things over the years…odour sprays, powders, washing machine…you name it ive tried it. Sure it might take the smell away for a day but it comes back! You just have to make sure next time with a new pair of shoes that you look after them and make sure you always wear clean socks




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