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DMF62469 08-13-2008 09:53 AM

Nasty glove smell!
 
Do any of you have a problem with having that nasty smell that comes from your bag gloves? And if you do what do you do to get rid of it? I've used Dr.Scholls foot spray and that seemed to help, but maybe there's a better or just a certain spray that's out there that gets rid of it?

Walker 08-13-2008 10:00 AM

I've used Dr. Scholls odor eater bags. They're(I think they're Dr. Scholls but you can find them in the same section in the store) odor-absorbing bags that you put in your gloves(I've used them for lacrosse and punching gloves) when you store them away. They seem to work pretty good for awhile.

DMF62469 08-13-2008 10:11 AM

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Originally Posted by Walker (Post 637530)
I've used Dr. Scholls odor eater bags. They're(I think they're Dr. Scholls but you can find them in the same section in the store) odor-absorbing bags that you put in your gloves(I've used them for lacrosse and punching gloves) when you store them away. They seem to work pretty good for awhile.



Thanks, i'll look for those! :thumbsup:

CagesideMMA.com 08-15-2008 03:15 PM

Glove Dogs
 
Probably the best thing for glove and bag odor:

GLOVE DOGS - Click Here for Glove Dogs

Cageside Glove Dogs.

Made in the USA!!

Keeps your gloves smelling like new. Adds to the life of your gloves.

Breathable cotton flannel shells filled with refined, long lasting cedar chips. Just insert into gloves after each use to help absorb moisture and deodorize.

Absorbs all around glove moisture while deodorizing from the inside out. Leaves a fresh, lasting cedar aroma.

swpthleg 08-17-2008 11:59 AM

Fabric softener dryer sheets.
Or those cedar squares that you can sand to make them smell more, they're meant for closets but there's no reason u couldn't put them in your gloves.

GFG 08-23-2008 08:48 PM

we started a product care section on our site agian it's a work in progress

http://www.gorillagear.ca/index.php?...24&chapter=0#4

if anyone has anything to add let me know.

DMF62469 08-26-2008 07:53 AM

I used fabric softener sheets and that seemed to do the trick. Now i just have to do something about my gym bag. lol


Thanks for the input guys! :thumbsup:

swpthleg 08-26-2008 08:29 PM

The same thing will work for your gym bag. My gym bag was rank because of my hand wraps and jump rope and towel, and I put a fabric softener sheet in there and it worked very well, imo.

DMF62469 08-26-2008 08:40 PM

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Originally Posted by swpthleg (Post 647152)
The same thing will work for your gym bag. My gym bag was rank because of my hand wraps and jump rope and towel, and I put a fabric softener sheet in there and it worked very well, imo.


I just did that a minute ago. Thanks!

Webster 10-29-2008 08:01 PM

These guys say to use a boxing glove dryer and deodorizer, such as ringside.

http://www.mmagearbags.com/


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