How to Clean Cutters Gloves

Cutters gloves are often used for football, baseball and golfing.

Depending on your specific pair of Cutters gloves, some have built-in splints to prevent injuries. Cutters recommends that you wash your Cutters gloves between uses or on a regular basis. Gentle washing is recommended. Once you have cleaned your gloves, they should be stored in a dry, cool place to prolong the life of your gloves.

Close the drain on your sink and fill it with warm water and a few drops of laundry detergent.

Submerge your Cutters gloves in the warm, soapy water.

Allow the gloves to soak for a few minutes if they are soiled.

Massage the gloves with your hands while they are submerged.

Remove your Cutters gloves from the water.

Rinse your Cutters gloves with clean water until the water runs free of detergent.

Hang the gloves to air dry.

Things You Will Need

  • Laundry detergent

Tip

  • You may wash some Cutters gloves on the gentle cycle in your washing machine and dry them on low heat. If you are unsure if your gloves can be machine-washed, hand-wash them to ensure they are not damaged.

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Based in Columbus, Ga., Ashley Hay has been covering animal health and wellness since 2004, and arts and entertainment since 2008. She holds a Bachelors of Arts in psychology from the University of Central Florida.