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Muddy burton ski gloves

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So my several year old Burtons got a bit muddy yesterday. South Carolina snow isn't as pure as the Colorado variety. Any advice on how to dry them out? I put them in the washer on delicate but they're soaked of course. I'm not used to these gloves getting soaking wet like they did.
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I'm assuming these aren't leather.

You could dry in the dryer on low but I would just air dry them. They should dry pretty quickly.

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just air dry.  hang them up.  If you have a source of flowing dry air can speed things up. If it's warm air it'll dry even faster but that's not a requirement.  Doesn't need to be hot, and hot air can cause some fabric issues with some fabrics).

 

 

Example, some people found putting things behind their computer or electronics fan really speeds up drying, or just setting it up with a regular fan to blow air at it speeds things up.

 

Of course, there are also purpose built glove dryers you can buy or make yourself if you find yourself in this situation often.  If you're in a rush, you go with the hairdryer.

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