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June 19, 2017

Industrial Strength Disinfectant Spray That Doesn't Smell Like a Hospital


Pictured above, it costs $19.82 for a big 32 oz. (1/4 gallon) spray bottle.

For decades I've been vexed by stinky running shoes whose off-putting stench withstood repeated hot water washings with bleach.

I had my Crack Research Team©® drill down to find out exactly what made my shoes so resistant to deodorizing.

They reported back that the cause of foul shoe odor is bacteria that withstand the usual treatments.

Then I had the Team®© look into remedies for bacteria-based smells and they came up with Pura Cleen.

The bottle says "Citrus Scent" — I wouldn't go that far but it's sure not institutional, instead being rather mild and pretty much innocuous, so much so that you don't even notice it unless you put your face right near the shoe.

This stuff really works and gets my highest recommendation.

If you're not satisfied, let me know and I'll refund every penny you paid.

There may be a reason why this internet gig has never really paid off for me....

Ya think?

Never mind.

June 19, 2017 at 08:01 AM | Permalink


rubbing alcohol and ether

Posted by: rob | Jun 22, 2017 8:35:57 AM

when i was a little kid entering the hospital always smelled like rubbing alcohol

Posted by: rob | Jun 21, 2017 8:29:46 PM

Amazon sells Xtreme Cleen Disinfectant Concentrate (makes 16 gallons) for $19.59. Same stuff?

Posted by: antares | Jun 19, 2017 5:51:47 PM

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