Odor-Eaters® FAQs

A: There’s no single right answer to that question. A number of factors affect when you need to change your insoles. These include: Type of shoes, the number of hours worn each day, the environment the shoes are worn in (indoors vs. outdoors, office vs. construction site, temperature, etc.), and your personal body chemistry to name a few. You should consider replacing your insole when you notice that they’re no longer providing an adequate level of odour protection or when they become physically worn out.

A: Odor-Eaters insoles can be washed. However, washing them may reduce their effectiveness at fighting odour.

A: Odor-Eaters sprays contain fragrances. The insoles do not.

A: Always shake the can well before each use to avoid clogging. Removing the nozzle from the can and rinsing it with warm water is the best way to unclog the nozzle. Contact Odor-Eaters customer service if you are unable to clear the nozzle.

A: Yes. Odor-Eaters products can be used in combination to provide extra protection.

A: You can use the cutting pattern on the back of the insole as a guide. However, because shoe sizes vary by manufacturer and shoe type, we recommend printing a cutting template from the insole product page to test your insole size.

A: Always shake the can well before each use to avoid clogging. The spray can be applied directly to the foot, in socks, in shoes or any combination of the three. Hold the can approximately 20 centimetres from the target area and apply a 2-3 second burst. Holding the can too close to the target or applying a heavy coat of the spray may leave a white residue after drying.

A: Ultra Comfort, Super Tough and Trainer Tamers insoles fit up to a UK size 11. All insoles can be cut to fit using the guide on the back of the insole.

A: Yes, all Odor-Eaters products can be used for children. However, the smallest size shown on the insole cutting template is children’s size 12.

A: Some synthetic materials used in shoes, such as spandex, polyester, rayon and nylon make it harder for feet to breathe, causing excessive sweating.