(348). Start a Shoe Freshener Making Business
Foot odor is caused by bacteria and enzymes, so one of the better ways to get rid of that odor is to kill what is responsible. A safe and easy (not to mention inexpensive) way to do this is to freeze your shoes. Just put your foul footgear into airtight, sealable freezer bags and then place this package into a freezer overnight. Most odor-causing bacteria and enzymes cannot withstand the frigid temperatures. Be sure to remove your shoes the following morning and allow plenty of time to thaw them out before placing them on your feet.
Although there aren't too many different shoe fresheners on the market today, there are two distinct types of shoe fresheners. Some shoe fresheners work by absorbing the foot odor and other work by masking it. Some products, of course, combine both methods to try to combat offensive foot odor from both angles.