How to Clean Isotoner Gloves
Isotoner gloves are consistently rated highly by consumer reviews. According to Good Housekeeping, “This mid-weight, casual glove excelled in all the tests.” Cleaning Isotoner gloves is any easy laundry project that you can accomplish quickly.
Things You Will Need
- Mild detergent such as Woolite
- Cold water
Allow for drying time when cleaning your gloves because you can't put the gloves in the dryer.
Fill a basin or sink with cold water.
Add enough mild detergent, such as Woolite, to create soap suds. Do not add any bleach products.
Place the Isotoner gloves into the sudsy water and gently work the suds into the fabric. Turn the gloves inside out and repeat the cleaning process. Turn the gloves right-side out again.
Rinse the gloves under clean, cold tap water and gently squeeze the water from the fabric. Do not wring out the gloves.
Fold a towel in half and place it on a flat surface, such as the top of your washer or dryer. Lay the wet gloves flat on the towel to air dry; do not dry in the clothes dryer.
For specific questions or warranty information for your Isotoner gloves, contact Isotoner customer service. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-762-8712 ext. 8519.
Never use bleach products on or in the water containing your Isotoner gloves.
Do not iron and do not dry clean the gloves.
- For specific questions or warranty information for your Isotoner gloves, contact Isotoner customer service. Email email@example.com or call 1-800-762-8712 ext. 8519.
- Never use bleach products on or in the water containing your Isotoner gloves.
- Do not iron and do not dry clean the gloves.
Louise Harding holds a B.A. in English language arts and is a licensed teacher. Harding is a professional fiction writer. She is mother to four children, two adopted internationally, and has had small businesses involving sewing and crafting for children and the home. Harding's frugal domestic skills help readers save money around the home.