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How to dry a waterproof glove The basic strategy is to start the drying by manually remove as much water as possible, then finish by air drying. Grab the glove by the tips of the fingers, with the palm and cuff hanging down from your hand. Use your other hand to grab the glove just below your first hand, squeeze and draw your hand all the way down to the ...


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If you have HVAC vents in your floor, you might try propping your gloves open on top of a vent. Use a wire hangar (cut/bend) to build a rack as necessary. This will help to circulate air through the glove (or boot, water bladder, etc) and works very well. Otherwise, you can find small DC powered fans which are meant for cooling PCs. They typically run on a ...


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Wet suits from the kayak club were actively sloshed in warm water with some bleach in it, then thoroughly rinsed. The bleach will attack the neoprene. I use the neoprene water boots for backpacking and by the end of the trip, they are pretty ripe. I run them through the washing machine normal cycle (warm wash, cool rise) but hit the 'extra rinse' button ...


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