Fragrant and moisture-absorbing shoe deodorisers for climbing boots, running shoes or any other “fruity” footwear.
Boot Bananas are made from naturally absorbent salts, minerals and plant extracts with lavender, lemon, patchouli and tea-tree essential oils all wrapped in a 100% cotton banana skin
- Moisture Absorbing - The cotton fabric used has the porosity to absorb moisture.
- Shoe Deodoriser - Shake the Boot Banana to release a fine mist of powder to speed up the drying process.
- Lavender Infused - Releases a pertinent smell to keep your shoes smelling great.
- Keep sealed in packaging to prolong thei rlife between uses
- Come as a pair
- Bamboo charcoal
Bamboo charcoal is an amazingly absorptive material due to its very porous structure which gives it a huge surface area. A highly effective odor absorber. Bamboo charcoal is used to control humidity and eliminate odors, moisture is locked in and dry air released. The porous substance is also excellent at filtering impurities in water and can be used to remove chlorine after sterilization. This material has been traditionally produced in China & Japan and documented as early as 1486 AD. Other uses for the powder form have claims for teeth whitening and even as a detox when taken with water, although we have not tried either of these ourselves.
- Baking Soda
Good old fashioned baking soda, or sodium bicarbonate is another of the wonder ingredients that has a list of applications, ancient Egyptians used it as a form of soap through to cleansing & cleaning in the home up to the present day. This salt is used in cooking as a leavening agent and in the preservation of food, sodium bicarbonate is also an efficient odor absorber.
Zeolite is formed as a mineral under volcanic conditions and mined on a large scale in many parts of the world. This material is also incredibly good at adsorption and has a wide range of applications from deodorizing in cat litter to purifying water, it is used in the production of many laundry detergents and even in preparation of advanced materials and in nuclear reprocessing. After the Fukushima Nuclear disaster in 2011, sandbags of zeolite were dropped into the seawater near the power plant to adsorb radioactive caesium which was present in high levels. Zeolite also has many other uses such as in construction and the medical sector, too many to list.
- Tea Tree Oil
Tea tree oil is well know for its use as a traditional herbal medicine. Recent studies support a role for the topical application of tea tree oil in skin care and for the treatment of various diseases and conditions. Tea tree oil appears to be effective against bacteria, viruses, fungal infections, mites & lice.
- Lavender Oil
Advocates of alternative medicine claim that lavender oil can be used as an antiseptic and topical anaesthetic. Lavender also has relaxing properties when used in aromatherapy.
- Lemon Oil
Lemon oil is said to have antibacterial properties as well as a lovely fresh scent