As our world continues to urbanize and globalize, the danger posed by infectious diseases continues to grow. Pathogens are becoming more resilient, more contagious, and more dangerous. ShoeTizer was created to protect people from one of the most common methods of transmission in today's world: shoe soles.
ShoeTizer was founded by Dillon George, a Tennessee-based entrepreneur, husband, and father of four. Dillon and his wife have long maintained a strict "shoes-off" policy in their house, but in 2019 he got curious about shoe-borne germs and began doing his own independent research about the topic.
Dillon was shocked by what he learned. The science of shoe contamination is clear: shoes are a major source of transmission for bacteria and viruses in the modern world. He quickly realized that trying to make sure everyone takes their shoes off at home just isn't enough.
What about guests, children, and contractors? What about places where you can't take off your shoes—like the workplace, doctor's offices, gyms, or in the car?
Thus the ShoeTizer, the world's first comprehensive solution for shoe contamination and shoe-borne pathogens, was born.
Those nearly-new Tom Ford dress shoes or vintage Nike sneakers, while a great deal, can introduce allergens and harmful pathogens into our living spaces.
Our shoe soles provide the ideal environment for these unwanted visitors to flourish. They absorb moisture and organic materials like fecal matter, which provides a perfect little petri dish for molds and pathogens of all kinds. Every step we take, we spread these dastardly passengers in our wake.
Building a healthier, cleaner life begins right at your doorstep.
Regularly disinfecting your shoe soles is not just a matter of cleanliness, but a crucial step in maintaining a healthy living environment.