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Why does shoes smell bad?
1. Wet environment
The sole of the foot is a sweaty environment, with more than 600 sweat glands per square centimeter, totaling about 250,000 sweat glands, two to four times more than the rest of the body. It can secrete nearly 250 milliliters of sweat a day. In addition to moisture and salt, sweat also contains lactic acid and urea. When the water content is high, it is very conducive to the multiplication and multiplication of bacteria.
2, stuffy space
When shoes are tightly worn and ventilated poorly, in addition to causing increased moisture, the PH value of the skin surface will also change, from the original PH4.4 to about PH7, and will release carbon dioxide gas, such an environment is most suitable for the growth of certain pathogenic bacteria on the sole of the foot.
3. Multiplication of a large number of bacteria
Because of the addition of one or two factors, bacterial microorganisms in foot skin and footwear and socks can multiply. These bacterial microorganisms can decompose keratin of skin, urea and lactic acid in foot sweat, and form various metabolites containing odor.
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