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    DD is toilet training. Her shoes, particularly her joggers smell badly of wee. I have sprayed them with sanitiser and washed them by hand with laundry liquid but they still really smell. Any ideas on how to get rid of the smell?

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    Ask your local vet for some cat urine neutralizer. Works wonders!

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    lucky we have not had that problem yet

    a new pair of shoes

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    soak in napisan for a day or so and toss in the washing machine.

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    rinse in a bucket of hot soapy water and leave outside to dry in some sunlight to disinfect and remove the stink.

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    I thought about putting putting them in the washing machine but wasn't wire if it would break either the shoes or the machine.

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    No idea sorry, but wanted to comment That I thought you meant "wee shoes" as in "small shoes" which I thought was very sweet!
    Good luck with the smell. My DS is a devoted rubber thong wearer and they are much easier to deal with

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    i put DD's shoes in the washing machine. i put them in an old delicates bag first so they dont bang around as much.

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    Napisan and soak.

    A new pair of shoes, or buy some crocs. Easy to clean

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    I just chuck my kids in the washing machine if they are velcro just make sure you do the velcro up so they don't catch all the yucky lint bits when they are washing. I usually do all our joggers at the same time


 

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