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Old 12-25-2015, 06:56 PM   #1
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Washing Winter Gloves

Long story short, I have a pair of gloves that are leather backed but have the typical type of water proof glove material on the front (forget what the fabric is called atm) that I some how managed to get submerged in a pile of dirty snow for a few days. Finally found them and fished them out, but now they need to be cleaned badly. Any suggestions on how I do that? I know there's one way to clean leather gloves and another way to clean waterproof fabric gloves, but haven't quite found a good solution to deal with a dual fabric glove.

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That can be tricky. Really depends how soiled it is, and if it's insulated on the inside and with what. Just pointing out the obvious, but can you just go at it with a couple toothbrushes, one with leather cleaner and the other with just soapy water, and give it a good wipe with a damp towel? Otherwise, depending on how much they're worth or how much you want to restore them, you can always take it to a professional garment cleaner as well. But depending on how much that costs, you might be better off buying a new pair if they're beyond repair.
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