De Odor Works: Does it Work? -

De Odor Works: Does it Work?

They run. They tackle. They sweat.

Football players, like those on the Cleveland Gladiators, can get pretty stinky after a long practice.

"I smell delightful, like roses," jokes Adam, a 340-pound offensive lineman.

Well...we'll be the judge of that.

We had the guys  test out something called De Odor Works, a stainless steel device that's supposed to work just like regular deodorant. It's also reusable, meaning you'd never have to buy messy deodorant sticks, sprays or gels ever again.

Adam put it on before practice. We also gave it to team quarterback, Dan, to use after practice when he went to his full-time job at an advertising agency.

De Odor Works claims that it's odor-eliminating action is activated under running water. After showering or rinsing off, the guys rubbed the product over their underarms for 30 seconds on each arm under running water.

It can also be used on your feet, or even the "unmentionable" areas of your body.

After an hour-long practice, we gave Adam the sniff test. Much to our relief, we couldn't smell anything. Dan also returned the next day, and said that no one in his office had complained about his smell.

"I didn't even mention that I used it," he said. "It was just business as usual."

According to our tests, it seems that De Odor Works smells like a winner!

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