Cleaning · Exercise

How to make Hockey Equipment Smell Less Gross

Lysol and Hockey

Yes, it's that
time of the year again. My son is deep, deep, DEEP into the regular season.

But, with the
NHL strike happening my boy seems to be spending more time playing the game and
less time watching it.

Which is good
because he is getting a lot of exercise.

But, it's also bad
because the more my son wears his hockey equipment, the more it stinks.

And it's just
not a little smelly. These teen boys sweat A LOT when they play hockey which means their equipment
after a game – is kinda gross.

So, when three of
these hockey playing boys get into my van after a game, we drive with the
windows open.

It didn't
matter last week that it was pouring rain and we had hurricane winds, those
windows were all WIDE open.

Then, when we
got home, my boy left his equipment in the garage until he could spray it with our bottle of Lysol
Fabric Refresher spray. 

Because Lysol Fabric Refresher gets the smell out of hockey equipment.

And less hockey
smell in my house means a happier me.

Now, if we
could only get this darn NHL strike settled, then my son would be happier too.

Because this
strike? It stinks too.

Do you think it
would help with the negotiations if we sent the NHL commissioner some Lysol
Fabric Refresher spray?

Just wondering.


Disclosure: I am part of the Lysol® Healthy Families Ambassador Program by Mom Central. I received compensation as part of my affiliation with this group.  The opinions on this blog are my own. 🙂

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