Carpets, shoes, hockey gloves, diving suits, hiking gear, pet beds and so much more
Sports gear stinks because there is a build up of mould & bacteria growing throughout the gear. This cluster of bugs stuck together is a Biofilm
No it is not sweat, your man stink or the smell of hard work...it is a cluster of stuck together bacteria and mould.
Airing your gear does nothing to get rid of it. Otherwise we could air out our dirty socks every night . Freezing does nothing but put them into a sleep.
The consistent practice of sports hygiene by athletes reduces disease transmission.
Bio-security in all areas of human contact has become a priority to minimize the risk of infection
You wear stinky hockey gloves.
Your wash your hands.
Your hands still stink.
That is because detergents in the soap will not remove the biofilm in the gloves.
You need DrenchIT
What is that stink in the dressing room?
Fungal spores cling to your hands and transfer onto food, other people and onto surfaces
Plated fungus and bacteria from a hockey glove. Test performed at Biolennia Laboratories, Toronto, Canada by Deanna Delrey MSc. University of Toronto
Taking sports gear into the lab, plating it, recording the organisms grown with a camera attached to a microscope. Treating the gear with DrenchIT and re-plating
Clean Plates = NO Stink