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Sweaty feet and cleaning intuition liners
So I have intuition liners and they are so warm that my feet sweat even when it's super cold out. This causes my liners to get really wet and smell bad. Im looking into getting a boot dryer but what else can I do? Ive read that you can put anti perspirant spray on your feet... has anyone tried this and does it work? Also now thanks to my sweaty feet my liners smell. Is there anyway to clean or wash them to get the sweat smell out?
i have the same problem...bump from 2009 this needs answers... (First post in 2+ years)
It's my understanding that you can use rub on underarm deodorant on your feet. Really it doesn't matter what area of skin you put it on. If it's your feet put it on the night before cause otherwise your feet might be a bit slippery. Havent tired it myself cause I think you'd use a separate stick for your feet and I havent bought one yet. Obviously it has to be an antiperspirant, not just a smelling one. I'd get unscented anyway.
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Antiperspirant spray is a better idea. And a boot dryer/heater, so nice in the morning.
put them in the freezer, it will kill the bacteria causing the odor
Try the freezer trick, or even some Febreeze. Depending on the liner, you can hand wash them with a mild soap and then air dry them.
In terms of this not happening again, you ALWAYS want to pull the liner out of the shell when you are done skiing and let them air dry. It's a good idea to pull out your footbeds too, as moisture can get trapped underneath them. If you keep your wet liners in the shell they will get stinky super quick, and as you know it is hard to get out.
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