With active walking, the feet sweat, as a result, the bacteria on the skin actively multiply and cause an unpleasant odor. Bacteria feed on sweat, secreting isovaleric acid, which is the culprit of the smell. You can try to disguise the smell with the help of special inserts or use antibacterial soap for washing your feet more often. But Panasonic offered another way to keep the freshness – the MS-DS100 shoe deodorizer.
The device generates ionic particles containing hydroxyl radicals. They come through six outlets in removable caps, treating the shoes from the toe to the heel. The usual cleaning mode takes 5 hours, and to save shoes from a persistent smell, it will take 7 hours.
The company recommends using a deodorizer at night so that you can put on fresh shoes in the morning. In addition, the manufacturer promises economy in the consumption of electricity, one cycle will cost an average of 1 yen. The unit has a built-in battery that can be charged from the outlet. The device will go on sale in Japan only on September 20, the cost has not yet been announced.js.src = “&version=v2.8”; 'script', 'facebook-jssdk'));