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Grab some rubbing alcohol. Podiatrist and foot surgeon Dr. Patrick DeHeer says rubbing alcohol has a drying effect that kills bacteria and fungus. It also reduces the amount of sweat your feet produce. And sweat mixed with bacteria is the root cause of smelly feet. So soak a cotton ball in rubbing alcohol, and swipe it across the soles of your feet in the morning. That’ll control moisture and odor all day.