Three Tips To Defunk Your Stinking Gym Clothes
We try hard that our workout give us a lot of sweat, but sweat never come alone as it also brings out awful sweat smell with it. Here are three very simple tips that can help you with this odor problem.
1.Prerinse then airs out:
Do you know that Eaton wears his workout clothes right into the shower? And then wring them out afterward.
It helps to flush out immediately much of that sweat and bacteria. Save them in a bag, and then wash it as soon as you can when you get home. Or if it’s not possible, at least hang the clothes up to air-dry.
2.Power-wash the nasty items:
Add one cup of white vinegar and one tablespoon baking soda into the washer water. That’ll split bacteria from the fabric.
If it still stinks, soak the items for an hour in the sinkful of water with one cup of white vinegar, two teaspoons of hydrogen peroxide, and two teaspoons of baking soda.
Then clean with vinegar and baking soda as above. Or endeavor a heavy-duty sports wash like Atsko, Nathan, or Hex Performance.
3.Don’t undo your efforts:
Don’t use fabric softeners and dryer sheets with these fabrics they may leave a coating that may compromise the wicking ability.
And wash your gym bag seldom. First, though, check the tag on your bag. If the bag is machine washable, turn it inside out and remove if any metal parts place on it.
Then wash it on a slight cycle, and hang to dry. For cleaning leather bag. Stuff it with newspaper to neutralize odors.