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post #11 of 23 (permalink) Old 07-25-2018, 02:03 PM
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I take insoles out of boots, running shoes, mowing shoes (really wicked), and soak/scrub them. Then hang them on line in sun to dry. Most of the stink is in those insoles. You can buy all kinds of shoe and boot inserts. Good idea to have extra's.
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post #12 of 23 (permalink) Old 07-25-2018, 02:06 PM
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Borrow a Oxonics bag. Fifteen minutes and the smell will be gone for good.

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I use a peet boot dryer daily, it is amazing how well they work on keeping the odor down and your boots will last longer

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post #14 of 23 (permalink) Old 07-26-2018, 09:42 PM
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I use a peet boot dryer daily, it is amazing how well they work on keeping the odor down and your boots will last longer
John is right on the money with the peet boot dryer. I take mine with me when traveling over night, have two in use, and a backup.
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Try Washing your feet once in a while.
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you guys need to get rid of your stinky boots and get some kinky boots. just kidding.
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I use a peet boot dryer daily, it is amazing how well they work on keeping the odor down and your boots will last longer
If sweaty feet after hunt...hard to beat the Peet for overnite drying & odor control.

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Crumpled up newspaper stuffed lightly in boots and let set will draw out odor fairly well. Repeat a few times if needed.
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I use a peet boot dryer daily, it is amazing how well they work on keeping the odor down and your boots will last longer
You are right on the money, I use them for my shoes and boots each day.
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You are right on the money, I use them for my shoes and boots each day.
For years I laughed at them, until I was at a camp where one was available and I had wet boots that I would have to wear the next day. Worked great! I now own two!
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