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sigh. I got a rash from my gloves. on my wrists. So I know how to wash the outside of the gloves, but what do you do for the inside?

What suggestions do you have for me to clean the inside of the gloves?

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wait wait what have you done to try and clean the inside

im curious to know what you have tried
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i wash mine in the shower or a bowel so cleans inside as well as the soap/washing powerder comes through. Are you sure its not the cleaning material that your allergic too?
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After every game I use dish soap to wash the outside of the gloves and wipe the insides. After every month I've submerge my gloves in water and woolite to give a deep cleaning.

Should I get more frequent deep cleaning?
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I wash mine after every use. Either by hand in the sink, or with training gloves I throw in the washing machine (low temp). Both ways completely submerge the glove, which I think you need to do. Lots of oils and dirt from your hands will build up and begin to break the glove down if you don't wash them all the way through. Personally I would bot use dish soap on your gloves. I know woolite is made for delicate fabrics and clothes, so that is probably okay.

Bottom line, wash well after each use.
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Thanks Catfish. I will do that. What do you use to wash? I've heard so many different things.
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I find the best way is to put then in an old pillow case and tie the end. Stick them in the machine on a 30 degree cycle with just non bio liquid detergent no softener. I used to use softener but have noticed that softener leaves a slightly oily residue on them
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Some times I will use nothing, just water. But I agree with Fraserb, 30 degree wash (that is in Celsius) and I use a powdered Bio soap with a mesh bag. No softener and nothing perfumy. (i know that isn't a word)
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Im the same as catfish, i wash mine after every game. If i have any old gloves im not too bothered about i put them in a pillow case like fraserb and wash in the machine
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Can you use biological detergents or just non-bio? Will biological ones damage them and/or leave a slippy coating on the gloves?
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I always give mine a really thorough rising in the sink: run water all over the outside, run water inside, soak, squeeze, etc. About every other time, I use Reusch glove soap to kinda hand-scrub the palms and make sure I rinse really well.

I just hang dry mine from one of those clothes hangers that has clips on it. I just open the wrist closures and clip the gloves up. The hang pretty open, so air circulates well.

But, I'm a new goalkeeper so this may or may not be the right way to do it.
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First off, I ditched the old gloves. they weren't catching anything.

With my new gloves, I've been thoroughly washing them after every game. I get a tub of warm water with woollite. I let my gloves soak for a few minutes then rub them with my hands and fingers. then squeeze the water out. empty the tub, fill with warm water only. soak again, and then squeeze the water out . Then hang dry.

Seems to be working better.
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View PostDean S., on 02 August 2013 - 06:11 PM, said:

I always give mine a really thorough rising in the sink: run water all over the outside, run water inside, soak, squeeze, etc. About every other time, I use Reusch glove soap to kinda hand-scrub the palms and make sure I rinse really well.

I just hang dry mine from one of those clothes hangers that has clips on it. I just open the wrist closures and clip the gloves up. The hang pretty open, so air circulates well.

But, I'm a new goalkeeper so this may or may not be the right way to do it.



Just make sure it's not in direct sunlight
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View Postfraserb, on 20 August 2013 - 05:49 PM, said:

Just make sure it's not in direct sunlight


Oh yes.....I just hang them from something inside like a shower rod (somewhere with the drips don't cause a problem).
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