Give Shoes a Dry Spell - Make sure each pair gets time off to breathe; shoes need at least 24 hours to dry out, so don't wear the same flats every day. This is very important if you have toenail fungus.
Don't be a closet case - Most of us toss our shoes in the closet, but fungus breeds in small, dark spaces. Leave footwear in an area with ample air circulation.
Soak Your Toes - To fight odor, submerge feet in warm water for 15 minutes a few times a week. Add 4 to 6 drops of tea tree oil, which acts as an antimicrobial.
Sock it to them - All cotton socks can leave your feet dripping. Try a sweat-wicking alternative like a nylon-cotton blend or an eco-friendly wool.