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Start by replacing the insoles. Typically this is what smells the most in old bike shoes. After that you can also clean the shoe itself following any one of the many suggested methods outlined in this thread. But be sure to remove you nice new insoles first before cleaning the shoe itself. Also try to thoroughly dry the shoe as fast as possible, leaving ...


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Dettol Liquid contains Chloroxylenol. It kills bacteria and provides protection against germs which can cause infection and illness. Dettol kills 99.9% of bacteria, such as E.coli and Influenza virus (H1N1). Always read the label. Serious, the smell is caused by bacteria and your mission is to kill them! Put hot water, plenty of Dettol and your ...


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This is a bit unconventional, but stay with me. Take the shoes and place them in a plastic bag. Remove as much air as you can from the bag and seal. Place the bagged shoes in to the freezer. Leave the shoes in the freezer at least overnight. I based this on the idea that the cold temps of the freezer would kill most of the odor causing bacteria and it ...



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