Nurses and medical care specialist are superheroes without capes. They are the living heroes who only wears a shiny nurse shoe running to save our lives.
With the nurses shiny, sanitized, and comfortable footwear, everyday jobs are even more fun and engaging.
And to ensure they don't spread any bacteria, here are some...
Handful Tips to Disinfect a Nurse Shoes
1. Clean the nurse shoes regularly with disinfectant wipes. Spray anti-fungal or UV shoe sanitizer once in a while to prevent foot disease. Avoid wearing a nurse shoes inside around the house.
2. Wash the nurse shoes often with a bleaching soap if it is white and stained, otherwise use a plain detergent soap. Let it air dried. Make sure to not wear shoes that are wet it may cause bad odors and itchiness.
3. If you have a leather type nurse shoes, polish it with a soft cloth. Use a waterproof spray to protect your shoes from stains and spill outs. It is also easy to clean a leather shoes sprayed with waterproof resistant spray.
4. Do not wear the same shoes for more than two or more consecutive days. Experts advised is to have an alternative shoes to allow the shoes to dry out from sweat and moist.
Following these tips are great way to prevent from chronic foot disease, fungal nails, swollen, and athletes foot. Thus, a great way to have a relaxed and stress-free working days.
No one wants to have a terrible itching red toes while on duty? And nobody wants to see a nurse wearing stained and untidy shoes. Therefore, proper hygiene and fungus-free nurse shoes absolutely start the day with comfort. Alert and peace of mind, comfortable feet and refreshing nurse shoes will start a good nurses day.