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Disinfect Secondhand Shoes

You've seen shoes at garage sales or the thrift store and might pass them right by. You can clean and disinfect them. Use Lysol spray or bowling-shoe disinfectant or simply replace the insoles.

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To deodorize, use baking soda. You can also call your local shoe-repair shops and ask whether or not they clean shoes and how much they charge.

By rocketrider2011 from IA

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January 7, 20130 found this helpful

This is very good advice! After getting toenail fungus from second-hand shoes I would advise doing more than exchanging insoles, I would recommend spraying with anti-fungal spray thoroughly for several days before wearing them. I no longer feel it is worth my money to use shoes worn by other people.

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