By David Ponce
Right up there with other cultural faux-pas like loudly belching at dinner with friends, passing gas in a restaurant and spitting a fat loogie on a first date, is taking your shoes off and inducing nausea in your hosts. Of course cleaning your feet and regularly changing socks goes a long way to preventing that, but if you show up with your running shoes for some reason, there’s a chance they’ve become a microbial condo. A bacterial retirement home, as it were, harbouring microscopic malodorants of various kinds. Take care of things with the shUVee Shoe Deodorizer. It uses the power of ultraviolet light to kill as much as 95% of the eco-system inside your shoes. Just hang ‘em up there for a good hour, and you should be good to go.
For $99, it beats getting a new pair of kicks.