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Unread 11-17-2013, 05:27 PM   #1
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Default Anybody ever wash their bbq gloves?

My high heat gloves are getting pretty nasty. Anyone ever wash them is there a special way to?
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Great question. My gloves are getting pretty grotty too so I was thinking it was time to get something sorted out, cleaning wise.

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Mine have only been used a couple times. But I see this coming in my future. I am thinking washing is ok, but the dryer probably a very bad idea, LOL!
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just pulled mine out of the dryer - have washed them multiple times but mine are fabric not those silicon type.
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I guess it depend on the gloves. I use the Black Knight insulated gloves that have a felt lining on the inside. I put them on my hands and then wash them like I am washing my hands. I don't get the inside wet. Some friends helped us clean up at a competition on year and submerged the gloves without us knowing and they ended up moldy inside.
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I just spray mine down on a hot day and then let them sit out in the sun to dry.
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I guess it depend on the gloves. I use the Black Knight insulated gloves that have a felt lining on the inside. I put them on my hands and then wash them like I am washing my hands. I don't get the inside wet. Some friends helped us clean up at a competition on year and submerged the gloves without us knowing and they ended up moldy inside.
I always wash on my hands fingers pointed to the sky. Works great, no problems.
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I put them on get the hot water flowing squirt a little dish soap on one and wash my hands dry on a dish towel and back into the drawer. Sometimes I just wear them while doing dishes that works good too.
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Wash my hands while wearing my silicone or rubber gloves. If you meant high heat gloves that you handle the non-food stuff with, I just buy a new pair when they get nasty. Mine are cheap welders gloves and I'm not sure how to wash them, but they only cost about $6.
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I have the black meat gloves if u will -- cloth lining....I throw them in the washer all the time. I then turn them about 2/3 of the way inside out (up to the fingers) and toss them in the dryer, works fine
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