#1
hey guys i have a question for all you hockey players out there, my hockey gloves smell like death, and was just wondering if theres a way to wash them without the leather on the palm drying out. thanks for your help in advance
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Last edited by Led Head at Jan 22, 2009,
#2
honestly guy, i've been playing since i was 5 and ive never found a cure for that. haha
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#3
i've never washed mine, but using some febreze has always worked to keep mine from smelling. If you get the good stuff that removes odors, after a few weeks they won't smell as much. I've done this my whole life and I have had the same shoulder pads for the last 9 or 10 years and they don't smell at all.
#4
haha dude i think you can use those bag deoderizers for it but ive never tryed it myself
#5
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#6
take them at some commercial cleaner, they should know how to wash leather things.
maybe you could wear some surgical gloves, but that would be a pain in the a$$, and they also smell bad.furthermore, there's that gel thing like soap, in a little plastic bottle whit which you can clean your hands and make them smell nice (like alcohol )
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i've never washed mine, but using some febreze has always worked to keep mine from smelling. If you get the good stuff that removes odors, after a few weeks they won't smell as much. I've done this my whole life and I have had the same shoulder pads for the last 9 or 10 years and they don't smell at all.


+1 on the Febreze. That stuff works wonders.
#10
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i've never washed mine, but using some febreze has always worked to keep mine from smelling. If you get the good stuff that removes odors, after a few weeks they won't smell as much. I've done this my whole life and I have had the same shoulder pads for the last 9 or 10 years and they don't smell at all.


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#11
i know there are sprays for like carpet and stuff that get rid of smells because they break down the enzymes causing them. they should work. if that doesnt, i know for football i just washed my hands with stuff like toothpaste and that got the smell out of my hands.
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baking soda!
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