You probably already know that our overproof alcohol and all-natural ingredients do a great job keeping you feeling clean and smelling good all day. What you may not know is how well Pit Liquor works beyond a traditional deodorant. With the help of some of our biggest fans, we break it down for you below. 


1. Hand Sanitizer

With an alcohol by volume of 70%, Pit Liquor deodorants have the same alcohol content as hand sanitizer. And even better, our products are natural, so you can spray your hands and eat finger foods without worrying about chemicals in your mouth. Carry Pit Liquor in your car or bag and you’re always covered.


2. Shoes and Feet

Whether you’re an avid exerciser or like to wear shoes without socks, smelly feet are a problem for many. Washing shoes can be a pain, or even impossible, depending on the pair in question. And while deodorizing balls or baking soda might help, only Pit Liquor can actually kill the funky bacteria growing in your size 12s. Simply target a few sprays at the insoles and allow to dry. Of course you can spray Pit Liquor directly on your dogs as well, some say it even relieves Athlete’s Foot. Store a bottle in your gym bag so you never have to be embarrassed to take off your shoes again.

3. Boob Sweat

We’ve talked to ladies around the country who sing the praises of Pit Liquor as an effective under-boob stench quencher. The boob sweat struggle is real for chests of all kinds and while Pit Liquor's not an antiperspirant, Pit Liquor's food-grade, organic alcohol base zaps the stink and keeps your bra fresher, longer. Whether you choose a roll-on (make a figure eight around the girls) or a spray for on-the-go freshness, you can rest assured that you’ll smell fresh even after a hard workout.


4. Deodorize Clothing

There’s nothing worse than wearing a freshly dry-cleaned suit or cashmere sweater, only to find it reeks after a single wear. Your new solution? Simply spray Pit Liquor on the area in question and allow to air dry. Your items will be fresh and good as new. Pit Liquor also works on vintage finds that cannot be laundered or on regular-wash clothing to extend the time between washes. To prevent staining, we recommend testing in an unobtrusive spot first, and sticking with our clear Just Vodka spray for light colored items.


5. Rashes or Poison Ivy 

You might be surprised to know how many customers tell us Pit Liquor helped with their rash or skin reaction. We’re certainly not here to talk about weird rashes or give medical advice, but the people don’t lie: Pit Liquor may help with a rash like poison ivy or hives. But please talk with your doctor first and remember to never spray Pit Liquor “down there.”

6. Razor Burn

Razor burn is a nasty little beast that’s hard to beat. Similar to an aftershave, the alcohol in Pit Liquor will kill the bacteria on your skin that contributes to those unsightly red bumps. Used after shaving, you may see an improvement in the condition of your skin over time. For facial shaving, we suggest a spritz or two from our spray deodorant, while for armpits or bikini line, a roller works best. Extra sensitive? Our unscented Just Vodka collection is perfect for delicate skin.


7. Car Deodorizer 

Cars become holding cells for leftover takeout, forgotten lattes, and all that post-workout/practice sweat. Skip the pine-scented cardboard tree and turn straight to Pit Liquor’s deodorizing wizardry. A number of our own employees keep a bottle of Pit Liquor spray in their glove compartment for any unpleasant odors (and as hand sanitizer or a quick deodorant re-apply). Simply spray down the seat or area in question and take yourself back to the fresh scent of a clean car. And if you can stomach it, read all about one mom’s car sick car seat adventure and how Pit Liquor came to her rescue.

8. Outside the Diaper 

Kids should come with a warning label detailing the numerous awful smells that come from their cute little bodies. Any parent will tell you what an unpleasant surprise a literal shit storm can be. Sometimes, things get so dicey that even an entire pack of baby wipes and a fresh diaper cannot eradicate the smell. So when needed, a customer of ours recommended a quick spritz on the outside of the diaper to help quell any lingering odors. Pit Liquor’s completely natural ingredients list means you can feel safe using our products near your child to keep them fresh and clean.

9. Upholstery

Many companies have marketed fabric and air fresheners that spritz away odors, but these bottles are often filled with a cocktail of chemicals. Pit Liquor’s natural ingredients will eliminate odors in your home just like Febreeze, without the chemical side effects. We’ve heard from customers who spritz their dog’s bed, upholstered furniture, and even their pillow before bed. One employee found Pit Liquor to be especially effective on vintage furniture that has that old funk you just can’t eliminate. As with clothing, we always recommend you test an inconspicuous area before you spray the larger piece.

10. Dry Shampoo

We’re as surprised as you are to hear that Pit Liquor works as a dry shampoo. A customer wrote to us recently sharing her delightful experience with PIt Liquor spray as a substitute for chalky dry shampoo, particularly for dark hair. Give it a try and see if your hair stays as fresh as your pits.


Heather said:

Works wonderfully on eczema! I get dyshidrotic eczema, which shows up as itchy inflamed blisters on your hands and/or feet, seemingly triggered by different foods. Whenever I’m really suffering, I spray the pine & peppermint pit liquor directly on my feet. It stings for a second (open wounds), then cools, providing super awesome relief. I bought 3 bottles and would’ve gotten the large refill if it’d still been in stock. Waiting for a permanent peppermint addition before I share with my 12k person eczema group lol hint hint $20 a bottle is a lot but not too much for desperate people!

I’ve sprayed it on my leather shoes, on funky smelling clothes, and I cannot wait to try it on my hair ;)

Terry Vaughn said:

At that price with small volume & shipping, it’s pretty hard to use it forcsomevofvthevthingscyou suggest.

Ausrine said:

Great suggestions! Thank you.

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