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As others have already mentioned, a menstrual cup is perfect for traveling, and in your case, trekking. Less to carry around - you only need ONE menstrual cup If you don't have access to water there are specially designed menstrual cup wipes that you can bring along Some menstrual cups can even be folded down to just a couple of millimeters and stored in a ...


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You are right that leaving the boots to air out periodically is the best solution, but not always doable. Changing sweaty socks is a good way to get boots to smell less. Socks are easier to carry multiple pairs of, and to clean and dry out. Since socks are the first layer in contact with sweaty feet, clean socks usually imply less-smelly boots. On longer ...


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I use lysol disinfectant spray on my climbing shoes every once in a while. It works quite well. However, since you say you want to avoid chemicals, you may want to try cedar shoe / boot trees. The 'natural' chemicals in cedar wood are antifungal / antibacterial and it emits it's own aroma to help cut through the smell. I wouldn't say this is the 'best way', ...


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