Drysure Instructions

QUICK GUIDE:
 
  • Re-activate when drying becomes less effective.
  • 3 ways to re-activate:
    • Put them on a Warm Radiator
    • In Direct Sunlight
    • Remove the outer shell and put the bead bags in the oven @ 100ºC (212ºF) for 1-2 hours. (Most effective method)
Please note if footwear is soaked through then you may need to re-activate straight after drying is finished.

 

WARNINGS:

  • DO NOT PUT IN THE MICROWAVE
  • DO NOT EAT SILICA OXIDE BEADS
  • KEEP AWAY FROM CHILDREN AND ANIMALS – DRYSURE ARE NOT TOYS
  • DO NOT TAKE UNDERWATER EVEN THOUGH DRYSURE ARE VERY GOOD AT ABSORBING

More Detailed Instructions:

Inside your Drysures are specially designed silica oxide bead bags which target areas like the toe and heel where sweat and moisture builds up. To ensure that these bags are working at their best and keeping your footwear fresh please see the instructions below:
1. Drysure Boot and Shoe Dryers are designed to absorb up to 10 days of sweat/moisture before they need reactivating.
 
2. If your boots are soaked through then Drysure will help but they may not fully dry the boots as they could be too wet (See Note Below on how to use Drysure in this case. 
 
3. To recharge your Drysures there are a number of ways:
  • Firstly you can pop them on a warm/hot radiator when they are not in use.
  • Secondly put them on a window sill in direct sunlight.
  • The third way and most effective at fully recharging them is by removing the outer shell and putting the bead bags in an oven at 100°C (212°F) for 1-2 hours. 
      4. Do not put the bead bags in the microwave as this will damage the silica gel beads. (It is possible to tell if they have been heated in a microwave and this will invalidate your warranty)
       
      5. To keep your Drysure cases clean and hygienic wash them in warm soapy water frequently.
       
      6. Please do not eat the Silica Oxide Beads even if you are hungry, have a Apple instead, but if you do by mistake then please seek medical advice straight away.
       
      7. While the Drysures are very good at absorbing moisture they are can’t handle being submerged so do not take them scuba diving.
       
      8. Drysures are not toys even if you think they are so best to keep them away from children and animals.
       
      NOTES ON SOAKING WET BOOT:
      No Shoe dryer will dry a soaking wet shoe that well without some help from your first. This is what I would do to dry really soaking wet shoes:

      1. Pour out any water in the shoe

      2. Soak up any loose easily absorbable water with a towel, or even newspaper first so that the shoe is just very wet.

      3. Then give the shoe a very quick burst with the hairdryer just to warm the moisture up.

      4. Now pop in a pair of fully re-charged (re-activated) Drysure Active Shoe Dryers and leave them for about 24 hour in a dry environment, maybe in your boiler cupboard or somewhere like that.

      The Drysure's will absorb any moisture in the shoe quicker than if they were just left to dry with the air and this important to stop fungus and bacteria growing which is what creates smelly shoes.

      If you Shoes are just wet from running in the rain or from sweat then just pop Drysure in when you take them off and leave them and they will dry overnight.