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    My gloves have gotten this funny smell.

    Anyone know how to get rid of it??

    I tried to wash them - I.e. wahsing my hands with the gloves on...

    But, i figure it┤s the inside that needs to ble cleaned, not hte outside...
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  • #2
    Chuckum get some new ones and make sure you always wash your hands before you put them on. Other than that I cant help you. Sorry
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    • #3
      Try pouring some baby powder in them and set them out in the sun for a couple hours. Worked for mine.
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