We all have those pairs of shoes or sneakers that we use for the gym or everyday use that do tend to get a bit
smelly and i don’t know about you but there’s nothing worse than taking of a pair of smelly shoes because it also transfers its self to the feet but there is one outstanding way to prevent that from every happening again and you need no harsh chemicals. And all you need is some baking soda. So in the afternoon once you have taken your shoes off Grap some baking soda, say about one or two tablespoons just put that into the shoot and were just going to just move it around give it a swish swash just so it covers it completely on the inside of the shoe and thats it, thats all you have to do So come morning time all you have to do it tip it up side down just to remove excess baking soda then come the afternoon you won’t have to worry about bad shoe odour ever again. And the best thing is we haven’t used a single harsh chemical. Thank you for watching this episode of home handy hints. If you have your own home handy hint that you would like to see featured on my channel please send me a message because i would love to do them But until then please give this video a thumbs up comment and subscribe And i’ll see you next time for another home handy hint.

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Dennis Veasley

72 thoughts on “How to deodorise Shoes / Sneakers”

  1. good idea….. I have a foot powder that i currently use. it helps to dry the sweet out as well….lol

  2. Okay, this is excellent. My husband works in construction and his work boots are beyond. We're going to try this! I will report back.

  3. First of all please turn of the caps lock. I will not respond to you again if you keep it up.
    Also what does gug mean?

  4. no thats completely different. Keep in mind if you baking soda is also called Bi-carb soda ๐Ÿ™‚

  5. I don't even know why so many people buy commercial products when baking soda will suffice. Thank you for spreading the word about the MANY uses of baking soda.

  6. Awesome channel! Loving it a lot. Just a suggestion, though. At the end where you put other videos on there with annotations, would it be possible to perhaps make the font on the titles a bit bigger?

  7. Now this is a useful tip when you have boys who play soccer! Thanks!

  8. Todd, you should get some vinegar and baking soda stock because it is going to be used by everyone now! ๐Ÿ˜€

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  10. Cat litter is good at absorbing shoe odors too. Put a cup or more of cat litter into two nylon stockings. Push into each shoe. Put into a paper bag for at least 2 days. The cat litter is supposed to absorb much of the odor.

  11. Baking soda is an amazing product. I always keep a small bowl of the stuff in my fridge to absorb all the nasty smells.

  12. Hi Todd! Just some more hints to pass on. If you ever get athlete's foot, just rub baking soda on your slightly damp feet after your shower. Takes it out in a couple of days. Cheaper than spending $20 on OTC creams. Continuing to put baking soda in your shoes prevents the reoccurrence of it. ๐Ÿ™‚

  13. Hey Todd… I just love all your videos. I stay in India where its very humid and this will definitely help. Thanks, however i have one question about deodorizing the smelly shoes. Once you add baking soda and then even if you remove the excessย  baking soda while using the shoes….won't the remaining powder stick to the socks you might wear and if you do need to remove your shoes, won't it show up as dabs on the sock ? Any remedy for that ?

  14. I tried this for about a week and found my toes were getting raw and sore due to the scrappy sand like affect of the damn soda.

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