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Do you, your hubby or kids have stinky and dirty shoes? At our home, we do, but I try to keep it under control with TriNova’s shoe cleaning products. Now my family can have nice smelling and clean shoes!
Cleaning and deodorizing your shoes is simple! Getting rid of dirty and sticky shoes is easier than ever. TriNova is a new brand that offers cleaning and care products for your shoes to your leather purses, couches, wood floors, granite countertops and more! Plus, their products are U.S. manufactured and never tested on animals!
TriNova’s Shoe Revival Premium Shoe Cleaner makes is so easy to keep my kids never-ending dirty shoes, clean. All I have to do is spray the cleaner on the little scrub brush that comes with this kit and then scrub their shoes. Soon, the shoes are clean and looking so much better than before! It gets rid of those nasty built-in stains and dirt, quickly without damaging the shoe surface. With one 8 oz. bottle, you can clean 100 pairs of shoes!
Your family got stinky feet too? No problem! You can now take care of the yucky feet smells by using TriNova’s Shoe Renewal Spray that uses a blend of natural oils like Peppermint, Tea Tree, and Thyme, to create a pleasant aroma that will help combat those gross odors. The spray is 100% plant based so there are no chemical additives or preservatives. This spray is even safe enough to use on your feet! The spray, to me, has the scent of menthol.
You can purchase these fabulous products online at Amazon.com. TriNova’s Shoe Revival Premium Shoe Cleaner retails for $17.97 and TriNova’s Shoe Renewal Spray retails for $13.97.
One person is going to win TriNova’s Shoe Revival Premium Shoe Cleaner, TriNova’s Shoe Renewal Spray, and a $50 Amazon Gift Card! Yay!
The contest is open to US 18+. Giveaway will end on April 15, 2016, at 11:59 PM PST. The winner will have 48 hours to confirm their win after I email them, or a new winner will be chosen. I am not responsible for lost or stolen mail.