Arm & Hammer Baking Soda. Add a little water to baking soda to make a paste and rub between your toes and over the affected area, let sit for five minutes, then rinse clean, and dry.
Clorox Bleach. Mix ½ cup Clorox Bleach in a gallon of water, and soak your feet in the solution for fifteen minutes twice a day until the affliction disappears. Chlorine bleach is an antiseptic that kills athlete's foot fungus.
Conair Blow Dryer. Before putting on sock and shoes, make sure your feet are completely dry by holding a hair dryer a few inches from your toes.
Heinz Vinegar. Soak your feet in Heinz White Vinegar for ten minutes four times daily for several weeks. Vinegar is an astringent that kills bacteria and fungus.
Kingsford's Corn Starch. Sprinkle Kingsford's Corn Starch on your feet and in your shoes to absorb moisture and reduce friction.
Listerine. Washing your lesions with Listerine will sting and burn like the dickens, but the antiseptic will also kill the bacteria and stop your feet from smelling.
Morton Salt. Dissolve eight teaspoons of salt in a quart of warm water and soak your feet in the solution for five to ten minutes daily until the problem disappears. The salt creates an inhospitable environment for the fungus.
Pine-Sol. Mix ¼ cup Pine-Sol into a bowl of warm water and soak your feet in the pine solution for ten to fifteen minutes. Repeat every few days until the athlete's foot disappears.
Preparation H. Coat your feet with Preparation H to soothe athlete's foot and relieve itchy toes.
Ziploc Storage Bags. To avoid powdering the floor, fill a gallon-size Ziploc Storage Bag with cornstarch and dip your feet in the bag.
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