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Here Are 5 Products You Need If Your Gym Clothes Stink

* Spray and soaps for eliminating odor
* Products for clothes as well as gym equipment
* Formulated to get rid of workout sweat and oils

Gym clothes get stinky and often times these odors are tough to remove – even if you’ve washed them thoroughly. Thankfully, there are a handful of effective antimicrobial and antibacterial products made just to combat tougher odors. Here’s some of the best that you can use on your clothes, and some you can use on your workout equipment as well.

1. Funk Away Odor Eliminator Spray

This handy odor eliminator spray works on clothes, shoes, and even fitness gear. Unlike some “odor eliminators” that just mask the scent, this

actually kills the odor-causing microbes.

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2. Downy Wrinkle Release Spray

is primarily used for removing wrinkles when you don’t have an iron (or the time to iron) clothing, but this multifunction product also does double duty as an effective odor eliminator. It’s also very affordable, with this 2-Pack costing just $10.

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3. Molly’s Suds Laundry Wash

If you want a versatile, all natural odor remover (and all-around great laundry detergent), go for this bottle of

. It can be rubbed directly into clothes to remove stains and bad smells, diluted with water and sprayed on gear, or used as a regular laundry detergent.

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4. HEX Performance Laundry Detergent

This

is specially made to combat the sweat, oil, and bacteria that clings to athletic clothes after a good sweat. If you or your family washes a lot of workout clothes and sports gear, this is a must-have.

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5. Rockin’ Green Funk Rock Powder

For extra stinky clothes, you’ll want a bag of this

. Use it in a pre-laundry soak to eliminate the most stubborn stenches, and rest easy knowing that you’re using an eco-friendly product.

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