Finally, a multinational electronics company that really gets me.
Panasonic this month introduced a shoe deodorizer—the creatively named MS-DS100—with “nanoe X” technology that promises to remove “unpleasant shoe odors.”
As described by the Japanese firm, nano-sized ions containing hydroxyl (OH) radicals penetrate and dissolve odor-causing substances, leaving the interior fabric unscented.
Originally designed to improve air quality, Panasonic’s next-gen nanoe tech features “10 times more” of the highly reactive OH component; the machine’s six outlets spread particles to every corner of the shoe for “long-lasting deodorizing effect.”
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