How to Clean Your Gloves

Synthetic Leather Gloves & Cotton Gloves


Step 1
We recommend machine-washing your gloves in cold water using a mild laundry detergent.

Step 2
If you don't have a washing machine, we recommend washing your gloves in a sink using mild laundry detergent or dishwashing soap.

Step 3
Do NOT use bleach or solvents as these oxidizing agents can cause discoloration.

Step 4
Air-dry your gloves to prevent any material shrinkage and maintain proper sizing. Do NOT machine dry with heat or expose the gloves to a heat source other than indirect sunlight.

Nitrile Gloves


Step 1
We recommend washing your nitrile gloves or PCV gloves in a sink using mild laundry detergent or dishwashing soap.

Step 2
Do NOT use bleach or solvents as these oxidizing agents can cause discoloration.

Step 3
We recommend air-drying your gloves to prevent any material shrinkage and maintain proper sizing.

Step 4
Do NOT machine dry with heat or expose the gloves to a heat source other than indirect sunlight.

Leather Gloves


Step 1
We recommend washing your DuraHide & CG Series Leather work gloves periodically to remove salt and mineral build-up from perspiration.

Step 2
Do NOT use bleach or solvents as these oxidizing agents can cause discoloration.

Step 3
We recommend air-drying your leather gloves to maintain proper sizing and prevent any material shrinkage.

Step 4
Do NOT machine dry with heat or expose the gloves to a heat source other than indirect sunlight.

Cowhide Leather/Goatskin Leather/Pigskin Gloves


Step 1
We recommend cleaning your leather gloves with oil-based saddle soap to remove exterior stains and restore moisture. Use as little water as possible and let the soap do all the work. For a deeper clean, we suggest using a shoe brush for optimal cleaning.

Step 2
Do NOT use bleach or solvents as these oxidizing agents can cause discoloration.

Step 3
We recommend air-drying your leather gloves to maintain proper sizing and prevent any material shrinkage.

Step 4
Do NOT machine dry with heat or expose the gloves to a heat source other than indirect sunlight.

Winter Gloves


Step 1
We recommend machine-washing your gloves in cold water using a mild laundry detergent.

Step 2
If you don't have a washing machine, we recommend washing your gloves in a sink using mild laundry detergent or dishwashing soap.

Step 3
Do NOT use bleach or solvents as these oxidizing agents can cause discoloration.

Step 4
Air-dry your gloves to prevent any material shrinkage and maintain proper sizing. Do NOT machine dry with heat or expose the gloves to a heat source other than indirect sunlight.
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