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- Thu, 08 Jan 2015 03:56:36 EST Spr++EK+ No.37187
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Hello /HOWTO/

I live in a fucking hot country and my body odor is fine apart from my feet. If I wear sandals fine, but sometimes I like to wear shoes or have to and when I do, damn my feet stink and so do my shoes. How do I stop this from happening... Pic unrelated
Lydia Brookstone - Thu, 08 Jan 2015 17:11:22 EST o0p7OPio No.37191 Reply
uyou could try tea tree oil. it helps with fungus
Emma Pevingtine - Thu, 08 Jan 2015 20:03:03 EST Spr++EK+ No.37192 Reply
I don't think it is fungus, I think I have that condition where you sweat a lot. I am not overweight but I always have sweaty palms and stuff. I forget the name of it but yeah it kinda sucks and the treatment isn't fun or something I would want, it basically puts a stop to your body from sweating, which it needs to do to a certain extent.

But anyway, feet, shoes, you say tea tree oil? Any other hacks people know..
Emma Mibbernire - Sun, 11 Jan 2015 11:06:09 EST suAoMd/U No.37200 Reply
There is some kind of mint cream you can rub on your feet that takes way the stank
David Creddlenodge - Mon, 12 Jan 2015 07:15:50 EST rj3rC5SK No.37202 Reply
I will research that cheers, more concerned about the shoes though
John Wuckledure - Mon, 12 Jan 2015 19:50:44 EST mDbgbdG9 No.37203 Reply
if your shoes have accumulated stank over time
put them in a plastic bag and then into the freezer for at least 24 hours, this will freeze bacteria to death.
Matilda Sallywune - Wed, 28 Jan 2015 04:50:47 EST S30kwI/R No.37256 Reply
wash your shoes if you can, take out the insoles and clean them
wear socks so your sweat does not go into the shoe (socks are easier to wash)
put corn starch in your shoes ( they use it in fabreeze)
don't sweat.
Hedda Fevingdudge - Wed, 28 Jan 2015 04:54:49 EST iGVdLF3n No.37258 Reply
baking soda, tea tree oil, and crumpled newspapers
Matilda Sallywune - Wed, 28 Jan 2015 05:07:19 EST S30kwI/R No.37261 Reply
oh yeah, keep em dry
bacteria love a moist environment
Charlotte Nickleville - Tue, 03 Mar 2015 17:28:59 EST uEs40J0L No.37326 Reply
I also sweat a lot regularly, if you find yourself with shoes that stink just put them into the wash at 60 degrees by themselves with a lot of fabric softener and you'll be better prepared.

In terms of day-to-day cleanliness make sure you wash your pits double as hard with stronger-grade body wash with bits in to make sure you're not quite as sweaty by 3pm (I find myself stinking by this point and is quite hard since I work an office job next to my boss to have to be presentable)

All else fails hey just excuse yourself every 30 mins for a freshening and add eau de anything. Hey works for me. GL
Jenny Seggleman - Wed, 18 Mar 2015 07:27:14 EST VLXiwlpz No.37371 Reply
I live in the most temperate country ever. I still get stanky feet. They were a non issue till recently when I replaced my leather shoes with ones that are evidently synthetic. I always get this issue with trainers but whatever. That's easier to work around. I once worked somewhere where my feet were so bad I ended up seeing a doctor, there is nothing wrong I just have stinky feet.

My advice is air your feet when you can. Don't let them stink in the first place. Wear odour eating insoles and stuff but that's just to buy you enough time to sit down and take them off before the stench develops (I had some cinnamon ones that masked the smell too). I work an office job so I sit around with my shoes off all day and no one complains because I stop them getting too stinky rather than deal with the stench. I do miss my old shoes and may seek some more leather ones soon.
Albert Seshnitch - Sun, 12 Apr 2015 23:10:35 EST mQUsancK No.37414 Reply
change shoes every day or 2. My feetsmell too if i don't change them every once in a while. I thought that was common knowledge.
Cedric Nettingridge - Mon, 27 Apr 2015 16:38:05 EST v3bJj/Zw No.37435 Reply
put a light coating of baking soda in your shoes.

Baking soda is mildly alkaline, so it'll kill the smell-causing bacteria. baking soda also neutralizes smell, its why people use it to clean up puke.
Jarvis Brazzlebury - Tue, 28 Apr 2015 14:50:22 EST g/n+eS0L No.37439 Reply
I used to have stank feet and I used to think it's genetic cause my mother has them too, but I went vegan and my feet smell nice, so yeah, it's not genetic and mostlikely has to do with your gut.
Alice Hedgeson - Thu, 07 May 2015 00:55:16 EST G3YMQ9om No.37452 Reply
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Throw your shoes in the washing machine and then NEVER wear them with cotton socks again. Bacteria loves cotton so wear either 100% wool or some sort of synthetic like Coolmax.

Also, putting them in the freezer wont kill shit, the bacteria just goes dormant while its frozen. You need to wash with anti-bacterial chemicals.
Emma Dashletch - Thu, 02 Feb 2017 00:27:56 EST 2MvoV1+N No.38197 Reply
baking soda and orange peels if you want a zesty trick
Martha Nerringfot - Mon, 19 Nov 2018 11:47:05 EST 8lEx+1Ip No.38645 Reply
soak your feet in lemon juice. maybe some gnarly bacteria on your feet? you can buy one of the uv sterilizers on aliexpress for 15 & antimicrobial socks on there while your at it (10 pairs for $10)
Shit Fuckingham - Tue, 11 Dec 2018 14:02:34 EST EZb1YPtB No.38649 Reply
try the cream that they sell for athlete's foot

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