Do your trail runners or trail shoes smell like really bad breath?
Do your housemates make you keep them outside because they smell so overpowering, like Dog-sh*t?
Does the smell remain even after regular rinsing?
Do you own a separate pairs for work and socializing because the trail running/hiking pair can’t be worn in public?
All is not lost.
You can easily deodorize trail runners, trail shoes, hiking boots, or sandals using Mirazyme, a gentle deodorizing fungicide that removes bad smells and mildew without harming your shoes or weakening the glues and fabric that hold them together.
Simply add a 1/4 cap of Mirazyme to a pail of water and let your footware soak for 15 minutes. Then air dry.
An 8 oz bottle will last for 32 applications.
No more smell.
No more dirty looks on public transportation.
Hard to believe it was that simple.
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