You will need
- special sprays
- - equipment for drying and disinfection
- - antifungal agents
- - solution of potassium permanganate
- - formalin solution
- - ammonia
- hydrogen peroxide
- - vinegar.
In Shoe stores today sells a variety of disinfectant sprays, for example, "Tulip", "Boot", etc. They are sometimes useful in treating the inner surface of the boots and shoes to deodorize it, to remove the unpleasant smell of sweat and prevent mildew.
If you don't want to buy special equipment, can use the so-called "folk" ways. For example, soak a clean cotton cloth with hydrogen peroxide and wipe the inside shoes. The unpleasant smell will disappear. The alternative of hydrogen peroxide there may be a concentrated solution of potassium permanganate, and vinegar or ammonia.
If you want to be sure to destroy all harmful microorganisms, use formalin or formidron, they are sold in pharmacies. Wipe shoes from inside, then put it in the bag from polyethylene, tightly tie to the odor of the solution does not spread through the air, and get away. After a day, remove shoes and properly ventilate it.
Use a commercially available are devices designed for drying and disinfection of shoes. They affect it by the flow of ionized air and ultraviolet radiation. Thanks to this bacteria, the unpleasant smell disappears. Devices of this type are usually very compact and are suitable for the processing of shoes of small sizes.
In the case that the need of disinfecting footwear arose in connection with the fact that its owner is already suffering from fungus, it is best to use special medication. There are many of them in the form of liquids and sprays. For example, "Mycostop", "Dezavid", etc. typically, these drugs are odorless and harmless to all materials. Generously spray or pour them inside the boot, the boot or Shoe and allow to dry. This should be done after each wearing.