Killing spores in smelly shoes?
cigolott at nbnet.nb.ca
Sun Mar 31 21:57:03 EST 1996
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(Marc Anton)27 Mar 1996 07:51:37 GMT writes:
+Thanks for the suggestions all.
x x x x x x xx s t u f f x x x xx x x s n i p p e d x x x x x x x xx
+Was this serious?
+I'm beginning to think I'll just have to bury them period.
+But before I do I may give it one last stab with some lethal
+combination of Lysol, disinfectant/fungicide, H202...
+Microbiology is not my field and I never suspected that
+bacteria, besides fungi, could also breed in shoes.
+I just bought a new shoe rack with metal catches to hang
+the shoes on, but I don't want to hang these shoes on
+the rack unless I'm totally rid of whatever is infesting
+them because I don't want to contaminate the other shoes.
so why don't you try baking soda ? Or better still, try the carpet
deoderizers, which have bicarb and some smelly stuff ! let them dry for
a tad......shouldbe good as new.....well sort of. Heard of a shoe expert
once comment that one should have two pairs of shoes....let one pair dry
out one day and wear the next etc.
Now sweating in a pair of shoes tells me that they make you sweat or
hold the perpiration in.....either way, dry them out.
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