Several methods have been developed over the years to help keep shoes from smelling bad. These methods mainly rely on the odor absorbing capabilities of other products and materials to pull odors out of shoes. This usually kills off the smell for a few days at least. Unfortunately, shoe odor is a recurring problem that will keep coming back as bacteria continue to eat the sweat and produce waste. These methods will have to be applied continually as the bad smell comes back.
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The Cause of Shoe Odor
Shoe odor is actually caused by the feet, namely, the bacteria that live on human skin. These bacteria in the sweat produced by humans are part of the body's cooling mechanism. Foot odor is stronger than many of the other odors produced by the human body for a couple of reasons. First of all, the human foot contains over 250,000 sweat glands. Over the course of the day, the human foot can produce over a pint of sweat. Human sweat doesn't have a very strong odor of its own, as it is mostly just salt and water. It's the toxins released by bacteria on our skin that creates such a strong smell. Foot odor is exacerbated because most people wear shoes during the course of the day. Shoes trap sweat next to the skin and prevent it from evaporating, providing more sustenance for the bacteria on the skin. This also allows the shoe to absorb the odors released by these bacteria more readily.
Use Antibacterial Materials
This is an option for those with particularly bad foot odor or those who are heavy sweaters. Applying baby powder or talcum powder to the feet before putting on shoes is another way of absorbing unwanted sweat.