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FREE TIPS On How to look after your gloves:
A lot of companies will NOT tell you what I am about to tell you because they obviously want the gloves to wear away quickly, so you have to go and buy more off these gloves... greedy people!
Some companies advise to wash at x temperature in a washing machine but I do not believe your gloves should go anywhere near a washing machine because I believe the detergents will shorten the life of the glove, especially the palm and Velcro!
So this is how to look after your goalkeeper gloves:
IMPORTANT IMPORTANT IMPORTANT:
Once your gloves are dry DO NOT (I repeat) DO NOT put in tumble dryer or put by a radiator etc this is the worst thing you can do. You have to let your gloves dry at room temperature out of direct sunlight.
If you do the above, you will definitely lengthen the usage of you gloves!
For the older keepers what I and fellow keepers do is after the game, as sad as this sounds is shower with my gloves! Lol
You get yourself clean first then put one glove on and one glove off. And like above gently rub the dirt off your glove. I then wrap my glove in a towel until I get home and dry at room temperature. I have had gloves that have last upto 3 months by doing this method.
For those of you that have not heard of Skunkies, they are a scented insert you place inside your soccer cleats or bag that are designed to eliminate odor and absorb moisture, which helps prevent bacteria. Basically, they are the ideal solution if your bag or soccer cleats stink, cubbies, lockers cars or any place that needs a fresh scent!