Can I wear my shoes with baking soda in them?
A smelly shoe or sneaker is no match for the power of baking soda. Liberally sprinkle soda in the offending loafer or lace-up and let it sit overnight. Dump out the powder in the morning. (Be careful when using baking soda with leather shoes, however; repeated applications can dry them out.)
Does vinegar ruin rubber?
Vinegar is sometimes used as a fabric softener or for getting rid of stains and odors in laundry. But as with dishwashers, it can damage the rubber seals and hoses in some washing machines to the point of causing leaks.
How do I stop my basketball shoes smelling?
Air out the insoles: Remove the insoles of your basketball shoes to air them out. This will keep them smelling fresh. If your shoes continue to smell, wash and dry them with the same steps above. Sprinkle a small amount of baking soda on the insoles when they’re dry to help soak up the smell.
Does wearing basketball shoes outside ruin them?
The cardinal rule is to never wear your indoor shoes outside. Doing so can cause your basketball shoes to lose both grip and color faster. If you avoid exposing them to the elements, they will likely last much longer. By only wearing your shoes on the court, you can keep them cleaner as well.