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Disinfecting Liners

post #1 of 4
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A recent post in this Forum asked about Rubbing Alcohol, etc for disinfecting liners. As I am not allowed to respond to posts in this forum, I am posting a new thread.


First, Spray with with either an antifungal spray or good ol Lysol and let it dry.


Second, go to a bootfitter and have them heat mold the liner (in the process killing any bad stuff still there, same as cooking does for food), as long as their process goes above 140F.


PS, while you're there, check out some custom corks, I love mine.



post #2 of 4

That may work but you could also try this.  Pull the liners out at night so everything dries.



post #3 of 4
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This was in response to somebody buying used boots and wanting to disinfect them.



post #4 of 4

The best thing is wash the whole liner in Pine-sol then let air dry. That will kill all Oder and foot funk. It also works great to for getting out smoke odor from clothes and mildew smell from hockey equipment.


Jeffrey S. Rich C. Ped

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