How does 2Toms Stink Free Spray work?
2Toms Stink Free Shoe & Gear Spray works to eliminate the odor caused by sweat. It doesn’t just mask it. It destroys it. Our technically advanced formula cleans the pores that trap the odor in shoes and gear.
Does 2Toms Stink Free Spray leave smell?
No.. 2Toms Stink Free Shoe & Gear Spray has no perfume in it’s formula. Therefore it leaves behind no smell once dry.
What can I use 2Toms Stink Free Spray on?
2Toms Stink Free Spray is safe to use on canvas, leather, satin, & denim shoes, work boots, dance shoes, sandals, gym bags, hockey & football pads, shin guards, ski boots, boot bags, gloves, motorcycle gear, and anything else that smells. To avoid sweat-induced eye contact, do not spray inside helmets, ball caps, or headgear.
How much 2Toms Stink Free Spray should I use?
That depends on how smelly your "stuff" is. When you first use 2Toms Stink Free Shoe & Gear Spray, we recommend spraying the item on the inside of the material that touches the body until you can see it is covered with Stink Free. Let item air dry over night, then do the sniff test. If the smell isn’t completely gone on the first try, you may need several applications until it passes your sniff test. Once the initial “cleansing” is completed, you should apply regularly to keep smells at bay. This can be after every use depending on the item or a weekly/routine basis. Also, this is all dependent on how smelly you make your stuff!
How do I use 2Toms Stink Free Spray on my shoes? Should I remove my insoles?
To Use 2Toms Stink Free Spray on shoes, spray the insides of the shoe liberally with the 2Toms Stink Free Spray. If you are able to, remove insoles and treat them separately for thorough coverage. Let your shoes and insoles air dry. Depending on the odor, your shoes may require multiple treatments.
Is 2Toms Stink Free Spray safe for sports bags like soccer, hockey, and lacrosse?
Yes, 2Toms StinkFree Spray is safe for all athletic gear bags.
What are the ingredients in 2Toms Stink Free Spray?
Water, Benzalkonium Chloride, Cetrimonium Bromide, Propylene Glycol