Ice stink

Go for that run in the woods, through the puddles and the mud..great till you get home and then a few days later the sting in the tail..trainers that stink.

Over the years I’ve tried all kinds of things to combat the stink..nothing really works. In the end the loyal of shoes are dispatched to the shed. Hardly seems fair.

But one of the guys I ran with passed on this great tip. Bung them in the freezer. Twenty four hours later and all the bacteria has been killed, let them dry out and your left with shoes as fresh as a summer meadow.

Obviously put them in a bag before bunging them in with your sausages and last summers Rhubarb.

Darrell

 

 

2 responses to “Ice stink

  1. Mine might need more than 24hours! Great tip and definitely worth a try!

  2. Top tips, thanks Darrell !

    Pauline

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