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How Best To Clean Goalie Gloves?

Let’s be honest. There is nothing more frustrating than when goalkeepers equipment doesn’t work the way it’s supposed to. Especially when that equipment is critical to your success on the field.

That’s why today, we’re going to talk about how best to clean goalie gloves. As any goalkeeper will tell you, a dirty glove can mean the difference between a save and a goal. So, let’s make sure you’re doing it right!

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Tip #1 – Pre-Wash New Goalkeeper Gloves Before First Wearing

Washing gloves before you wear them is an important part of taking care of your equipment.

New goalkeeper gloves come with residual preservatives from the manufacturing process that can cause irritation or allergic reactions.

The palms are also covered with a plastic film to protect the latex.

Washing your gloves before use will help remove these chemicals and any other dirt or material on the new gloves.

Tip #2 – Cleaning Gloves After Every Training & Game

Cleaning gloves after every training session is one of the most important things a goalkeeper can do to extend the lifespan of their gloves.

When goalkeeper gloves come into contact with substances like mud, sweat, or other foreign substances, it is important to hand wash them immediately.

This will help to remove any dirt or sweat that could damage the latex palms and cause them to wear out more quickly.

Dirty goalkeeper glove latex foam loses its grip. And the dirt can damage latex foam. This causes them to wear faster. And you’ll need a new pair of gloves sooner.

When training, it is hard to keep goalkeeper gloves new. You can’t prevent normal wear and tear.

By taking proper care of your goalie gloves, you can ensure that they will provide optimal performance. And protection during all your future games.

Note: Washing machine, tumble dryer, radiators, hair dryers, and scrubbing brushes are taboo for the best goalkeeper gloves.

Tip #3 – Thoroughly Dry Your Goalkeeper Gloves

Keeping your gloves dry is an important part of extending their life and keeping them effective.

When you sweat in your gloves, it provides the perfect environment for bacteria and mold to grow. Not only will this make your gloves stink, but it can also damage the latex fibers.

The best way to dry them is naturally, which can take from one to two days. You can do this by putting the wet gloves on a towel and applying pressure to the towel to squeeze the excess water from the palm.

If you can, have two pairs of training gloves. So you can let one pair dry while you’re using the other. This will help to prevent excess moisture.

Tip #4 – Proper Storage To Keep Them Clean And Stink-Free

Proper storage is essential for keeping your goalie gloves clean and stink-free.

The best way to store them is in a glove bag, in a dark and reasonably cool environment. UV rays can damage the material, so it’s important to keep them out of direct sunlight.

If you store them in a hot place, make sure the bag is well-ventilated to prevent the buildup of moisture.

Proper storage will bring more life to your gloves and keep them stick for when you need them most.

Tip #5 Use The Best Glove Cleaner To Wash Goalie Gloves

Wash the gloves with GLOVEBOOST® SUPER WASH in warm water. It regenerates all tech materials in modern goalie gloves.

Specifically designed for pro and amateur goalkeepers to achieve the best performance. It is a secret wash formula for all sorts of latex.

GLOVEBOOST® Cleaner is an advanced, highly concentrated detergent that cleans and restores the original feel of goalkeeper gloves.

This unique product contains special cleaning agents, moisturizers, and oils that effectively remove dirt and grime from any kind of goalkeeper gloves.

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Step-By-Step Care Tips – Washing Gloves

Clean Goalkeeper Gloves in Warm Water

  1. Fill a sink with lukewarm water (30° C or less). Do not use hot water.
  2. Soak the gloves in the lukewarm water for 10 minutes.
  3. Use a glove soap to clean them. Do not use dish soap, which will dry out the latex, palms, and materials.
  4. For example, use GLOVEBOOST® Super Wash. Spray 5 – 7 times on each palm and finger of your glove.
  5. Gently massage the latex of fingers and playing surface of the gloves for 10 minutes. Do not scrub them, as this could damage their surface.
  6. Rinse the dirt out of the latex with cold water. This will help you get a full grip and durability back from your gloves.
  7. Wrap the gloves in a towel to squeeze out excess water. Start with one glove. And then the other glove.
  8. Allow your gloves to dry on a towel or washing line. Do not put your gloves in the dryer or expose them to direct sunlight. UV radiation can degrade the grip and durability of the latex. Hang dry naturally, or put them on a towel. Don’t use a hair dryer or lay your gloves in direct heat.
  9. After your gloves have air dried, put them in a glove wallet and store them in a cool place until your next use.
  • Follow these perfect 5 PRO tips on how to wash goalie gloves. And your palms will last longer and perform with a better grip. A good moist palm improves their grip and elasticity. Take proper care of your goalkeeping gloves means, you can save money in the long run. And wear them longer!

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Your Questions Answered

• For how many washes does one bottle of GLOVEBOOST® SUPER WASH last?

A 200 ml bottle of GLOVEBOOST SUPER WASH is enough for at least 50 washes. It is advisable to rinse the gloves after each use and let them dry properly. When they are not in use, store them in a bag. And in a cool, dry place.

• Can I wash goalkeeper gloves in the hand wash program of the washing machine?

No, it is not recommended. As the small spin cycle can put undue strain on latex and palms.

• How should I dry my goalkeeper gloves?

The easiest way is to wrap your goalkeeper gloves in a towel after the bath and squeeze out the excess water. Then place it airily on a new dry towel on the laundry rack.

• Can I dry my goalkeeper gloves in the tumble dryer?

No, never!

Please never put in the tumble dryer! The high-quality latex takes long-term damage and becomes brittle and porous.

• Can I use the SUPER WASH glove cleaner for all latex foams without them becoming porous?


This is because the special active washing formula of GLOVEBOOST SUPER WASH ensures that any type of latex foams is reactivated and nourished.

• Is GLOVEBOOST SUPER WASH an allergenic glove cleaner?

Usually not. We use laboratory tested active ingredients that are mild to the skin.

• My goalkeeper gloves are made of different materials and not just latex. Is SUPER WASH suitable for them?

Yes, this premium goalkeeper glove cleaner is created for all modern goalkeeper glove materials and latex foams.

• My GLOVEBOOST SUPER WASH aluminum bottle has little dents?

The aluminum bottle is specially designed for the highly effective active ingredients to protect them. It is a soft material and small dents are natural. And it’s typical of the material and provides a certain coolness.

• Is there GLOVEBOOST SUPER WASH to refill?

It is already being planned.

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