Someone on another community asked about ways to reduce shoe/foot odor. This one is easy and pretty cheap. You will need: 1 pair of old socks Needle and thread 1-2 boxes of baking soda 1 handful of dried lavender, rosemary, or any other fragrant herb Mixing bowl In the bowl, combine the baking soda and herbs. Crumble the herbs if they are in large pieces. Carefully scoop the mixture into the two socks, putting half in each sock. Sew the socks closed. You now have two foot-shaped pillows of fragrant odor-absorbing material. When you remove your shoes, allow the shoes to air out for a few minutes. Then stuff in your sock pillows and leave them overnight. Substitutions: The stuffing is really just one thing to absorb odor and one thing that smells nice. Use whatever you have. Kitty litter, sawdust, and shop-floor spill granules are possible odor absorbers. Cedar shavings are good for scent. If what you have for fragrance is something messy but long-lasting like essential oil or pine tar, soak a bit of rag in it and bury that in the middle of the sock.