I actually just tried to put a pair of my stinky shoes in to the freezer to see so that my information would be accurate, and according to my results, no. I believe this is the reason: Body odor is caused by liquid such as sweat. When the sweat transfers on to articles of clothing, it carries the odor with it. So, when you freeze it, it just slows down the moving particles in it. The stink may go away while they are cold, but when they return to room temperature they will be just as smelly. >.<
However, I'm not going to leave you without an answer, so I do have two methods that DO work. One of them is putting a small amount of baking soda in the shoe, placing your hand over the hole, and shaking it. Or you can simply wash them in the washer if they are just like running shoes.
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I have had very good results from freezing shoes to eliminate odor. The odor is a result of bacteria, sweat by itself does not smell. By freezing your shoes, you are killing the bacteria living in your shoes and producing that bad odor. Important: You must freeze your shoes for long enough that the bacteria will die. Overnight will probably be okay, but longer is better. If you are using your food freezer for this, I recommend putting those stinky shoes in a sealed plastic bag or container. You don't want the frozen food to taste like stinky shoes. When I did it, I left my shoes outside on the back porch overnight. The temperature at 10pm was 4 F, overnight it dropped below zero. The next day I brought them inside, let them warm up and the stink was gone. I'm sure the fresh air helped too.
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they're putting their shoes right there.
No, putting cassette tapes in the freezer will not revitalize them. This will damage the tapes. However, putting batteries into the freezer will revitalize the battery charge.
No, athletes foot is caused by a fungus. Freezing does not necessarily kill a fungus.
Yes, putting them in a freezer stops the ripening process.
Before putting on your shoes, use spray deodorant on your feet, etc. before you put on your shoes. Perspiring is what causes odor in shoes. You'll be pleasantly surprised.
If a phone screen is cracked or broken, putting the phone in the freezer will not help the crack. If the display is not working properly, putting the phone in the freezer for a short time might help but it shouldn't be left in the freezer for longer than a few minutes.
They are commutative if you find that putting your shoes on first and then your socks gives the same result as putting your socks on first and then the shoes. If it is not the same, then the activities are not commutative.
Open toe shoes can very well prevent foot odor; There several alternatives to prevent foot odor, but in some cases medical attention is needed.Sometimes it is the shoes themselves that are already holding the odor, so be sure to keep your shoes and your feet clean.
no you cant
yes by putting it in the freezer
Putting it in the freezer should do it.
Try putting an open box of baking soda in the freezer.
Turn your freezer off before putting the water inside.
baking soda and peroxide...
Putting ice into them or put them into freezer.
* You need to defrost the freezer and then clean it with a 1 to 2 parts mix of bleach and water. * You use baking soda.
So, clearly you are not asking if anything in the freezer is good. Is there a question? If you are asking about how to eliminate the odor, there are some heavy-duty deodorizers - like corpse deodorizers - that are available. See Related Links. But the freezer might not be salvageable. You should remove the freezer to help dissipate the odor in the house.
The reason that a new freezer has to be switched on for 12 hours before putting any food in it is so that the freezer will have time to get to the proper temperature for food storage. The freezer is too warm when it is first turned on, and food put in would likely spoil.
by putting it in the freezer...that makes it freeze and get cold...
By putting it in a fridge and/or freezer