Gear Review: 2Toms Stink Free Spray

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In a month, Callum and I and Lucy the dog are all moving into our camper van full time for the winter. That’s a lot of time in a confined space with our running clothes and multiple pairs of shoes. Callum and I have big plans of running and hiking every day but that also means a lot of smelly clothes.

When I saw the opportunity to test the 2Toms Stink Free Spray, I jumped on it because I’m going to need all the help I can get with smelly running clothes! While I was testing the spray, we went away in the van for a weekend and I also ran at lunch multiple times. I thought these would be good trials because in both situations I don’t have access to laundry or a shower.

After I was done running, I would just spray the smelly clothes and shoes and wait for everything to dry. I found that getting rid of smelly shoes is really where this spray does best and we have a lot of smelly shoes! I also used it on my clothes and it definitely reduces the smell but it is no replacement for clean clothes. Although any spray that could be a replacement for washing would be a miracle spray!

I think the reality for most runners is that running is time consuming and some days, runs just have to be squeezed in whenever you have time. On days like that, where you might not be able to shower after and you don’t want to stink up your office/car, the stink free spray is fantastic. It’s convenient, it’s portable and it’s easy to use.

This was the perfect timing for me to test out this spray it is at the top of my list for packing for the van trip now!

What do you do when you run but can’t shower until later?

Happy running!

What I Ate During 20 Hours of Running

Thankfully I wrote this all down right after my 100 mile attempt in May because there is no way I would remember now! I’m always interested in what everyone eats during an ultra so I thought I’d share what I ate.

I was aiming for 200-250 calories an hour. I think it worked pretty well and I actually felt remarkably good the whole time except a few brief periods.

I ate a pretty even mix of sports food and real food. I ate most of the sports food near the beginning and then ate more real food closer to the end. I also brought tons of food that I never ended up eating but I had no idea what I would want.

If you want to read the race recap – you can find it here!

Here’s what I ate:

  • 2 honey stinger waffles
  • 2 cheese and avocado sandwiches
  • 1 piece of bread with avocado
  • 2 strawberry-kiwi juice boxes
  • 1.5 popsicles (this what amazing on a hot day!)
  • 4 vanilla clif gels
  • 1 peanut butter clif bar
  • 1 hammer espresso gel
  • 3 chocolate chip 100 calorie clif bars
  • countless cups of electrolyte drink
  • cucumber slices
  • 2 peanut butter and jam cracker sandwiches
  • half a banana
  • 1 package of honey stinger gummies
  • half cup of sweet potato soup
  • 2 bites of pizza
  • 2 cups of coke
  • 1 cup of coffee
  • a couple handfuls of pretzels
  • a couple handfuls of chips
  • 2 justins peanut butter packets
  • 5-6 litres of water
  • a few orange slices
  • 1 cup of ginger ale
  • around 10 lifesavers candy
  • 10 salt tabs

What’s your go to race food?

Happy running!