Friendly Foot All Natural Shoe Deodorizer:
I liked Friendly Foot All Natural Foot Powder right out of the box, literally. It smells fantastic. The powder contains tea tree, a natural antibacterial. Lavender, eucalyptus and peppermint are also used in the powder. My husband used it first, sprinkling it liberally in his work boots. I warned him to not use too much so it wouldn’t cake to his socks but that wasn’t necessary. He used so much he left a cloud of powder in the air and on the floor, yet there wasn’t any caking. His boots smell good again.
My Muck boots are worn almost daily during hunting season. They were a tad smelly after forgetting to put them on the boot dryer several days in a row. Friendly Foot took care of the odor problem and helps my foot slide in easily.
I took my boots off while sitting in an enclosed hunting blind one day last week, realized the powder’s smell was quite strong (smells great!) and would be detected by the deer so I put them back on quickly. The powder will help the mud room, shoe closet or any other place you store your foot gear smell fresh.
I’ve used Friendly Foot in my sneakers with the same excellent results. In case you didn’t already know, you shouldn’t dry your sneakers in the clothes dryer. It sets the odor. Dry them outdoors in the sun then sprinkle with Friendly Foot and they shouldn’t smell bad again. I’ll be ordering more Friendly Foot before this container is empty. I’m sure it’s going to extend the life of our foot gear by saving us from throwing them out due to smell. Great product!
December 11, 2013: Gave some Friendly Foot to a friend for her stinky hiking boots.
I put that powder in my boots last night. Today I wore them all day. This is the first day since spring that they don’t stink. I smelled and smelled them just now when I took them off, and there isn’t even a hint of the sour smell! You can add that to your review. Tammy Lea
Disclosure of Material Connection: I received Friendly Foot All Natural Foot Powder for free from Friendly Foot, Inc. as coordinated by Deep Creek Public Relations in consideration for review publication.