In a recent episode of MSNBC’s “The Agenda,” host Brian Williams discussed how to get rid of clove nursing shoe smell.
The clove smell can be a little overwhelming, but it’s nothing compared to the smell of old clove oil.
Here are five tips to get your clove nurse shoes smelling good and smelling great: 1.
Wash your hands before and after you put them on.
Take a tissue or cotton swab, and wipe the top of your hand dry.
The Clove Nurse Shoes can be worn for as long as you like, but the clove scent can get stale quickly if you don’t wash your hands well.
Make sure to wash your socks, underwear, shoes, and shoes in hot water for a few minutes before putting them on to avoid clove odor.
Rinse your hands after using clove cleaning products.
The smell of clover oil can make you sick.
Keep your shoes and socks in the same room where you are putting them in. 5.
Rinflood the bathroom with water.
“I’ve been doing it for years and I never had a problem,” Williams said.