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1/20/11 11:20 PM
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nyhcloyalty
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Just noticed the inside of my Everlast Protex gloves are getting a little funky, what is the best way to clean the interior? Thanks.
1/21/11 9:53 AM
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1/21/11 12:10 PM
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Lysol works well.
2/2/11 1:04 AM
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Lysol antibacterial wipes. It make cleaning the glove very easy and kills just about everything.
Zep spray is great, they use it in bowling alleys to disinfect shoes. It kills everything there is or could be.
2/18/11 4:56 AM
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Golve dogs are ok for keeping them dry, but i read on here and actually use two old socks and i bought some animal wood cedar bedding and filled the socks up with them. Essecially making "UG glove dogs" my gloves to this day still smell fucking good! Even my hands after using them smell like cedar. If you get the lysol route, get the kind you mix with water. The stuff in a can has alcohol or something that will dry out the leather if it gets on there. Phone Post
2/27/11 2:01 PM
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StephenL
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own a pair of bag and sparring gloves.

set them up on a wall knuckles pointing down after every practice.

i have gloves 10 years old smelling nearly new.

stephen
2/27/11 2:02 PM
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have young classmates who leave their wet gloves in their bags. i can smell them from 10 feet away.

stephen

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