Tuesday, April 14, 2009

How can I deodorize my teva sandals? (mostly rubber)?

I use these at the beach so they do get wet and may be mildewy. I%26#039;ve tried soaking them in boiling water with bleach and soap, with no good results. The sandals are not leather---they%26#039;re mostly synthetic/rubber, I think. Thanks!

How can I deodorize my teva sandals? (mostly rubber)?
Sprinkle baking soda in and let it sit overnight. I would also keep dryer sheets in them. They can make anything smell really nice. Once a week do the baking soda treatment, and they should stay fresh as a daisy!
Reply:I would put peroxide on them. Peroxide %26#039;bubbles out%26#039; the infection. But it might discolor your sandals. Best test on an inconspicous area.
Reply:put them in a washer machine in the white and use bleach that way. id put in with a load of towels that way the towels are what is scrubbing the shoes. good luck
Reply:If I had to clean your sandals I%26#039;d put them in a small trash bag and add a cup of baking soda to the bag. Tie the bag and open it up in a day or two. Baking soda is an odor eliminator and won%26#039;t hurt the sandals.
Reply:Soak them in Oxy Clean and warm water.
Reply:use foot powder on your feet.
Reply:Baking soda is known to remover odors from almost anything. Try coating them real well with baking soda. Put them in some sory of airtight conainer over night, with some extra baking soda. Shake off the shoes.

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