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I don't. At least 99% of the time I don't. I figure all the soapy water running over my feet in the shower should do the job. I usually stop washing half way down my calf. Maybe I'm too lazy to bend down and actually wash my feet. I don't know. It never occurred to me to wash them. I usually only wash my feet after going hiking because my feet get visibly dirty. I wear flip flops basically year round and my feet don't smell.
 

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very nice
 

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I think the more important issue is toe nail length. I see a direct corollary in my own life between toe nail length & odor intensity. I made a spreadsheet with an accompanying bar graph, it's around here somewhere I'll try to dig it out. OH! speaking of digging it out lint is another important piece of the puzzle!
 

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First with a scented body wash, then patted dry and oiled lightly with aloe.
 
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I don't. At least 99% of the time I don't. I figure all the soapy water running over my feet in the shower should do the job. I usually stop washing half way down my calf. Maybe I'm too lazy to bend down and actually wash my feet. I don't know. It never occurred to me to wash them. I usually only wash my feet after going hiking because my feet get visibly dirty. I wear flip flops basically year round and my feet don't smell.
Still Trolling Huh?
 

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I'm having flashbacks about a certain post about soap.
 
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