work shoes

Work shoes are protective equipment that can protect the safety of the user’s feet, and have functions such as anti-smashing, anti-skid, anti-puncture and so on. Under normal circumstances, such work shoes are relatively thick and have poor air permeability. Therefore, after long-term wearing, it is easy to cause problems such as foot odor, which troubles many friends. So how to deodorize work shoes?

1. Alcohol

Use a cotton ball or cloth dipped in a little alcohol to wipe the inside of the protective shoes. Or put an alcohol cotton ball directly into your work shoes and wait for the alcohol to evaporate.

2, white vinegar

Mix water and white vinegar in equal proportions, put it in a small spray bottle, and then spray the spray bottle against the inside of the work shoes, and then put the work shoes in a ventilated place to dry.

3, tea

Wrap dry tea leaves in gauze or paper towels to make a simple tea bag and put it in your shoes. Keep the tea leaves, paper towels and shoes dry to prevent the tea leaves from spoiling and becoming moldy.

4. Citrus peel

Put grapefruit, lemon, orange peel, etc. into work shoes overnight, and take it out the next day.

5, desiccant, etc.

Usually some snack products we buy will contain desiccant. This can also be used for deodorization in work shoes. In addition, you can also use cloth bags to put some charcoal, quicklime, baking soda, etc. smelly.

Work shoes should be kept in a dry state and stored in a ventilated place during storage. When you are not wearing them, you can put the work shoes outdoors in the sun, but the time should not be too long to avoid exposure to the sun.

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