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Maintenance Laimböck gloves
Gloves can last a lifetime if properly maintained. Below are a number of maintenance tips to maintain the gloves as well as possible.
- Gloves should not be stored damp in a box or cupboard. This prevents a scalding process that can cause mold spots on the gloves. Do not dry leather gloves on the heater or heater, a sudden temperature difference can make a glove hard. It is best to let it dry at room temperature.
- Gloves can stain when they have a specific color. Impregnation with water-repellent spray can prevent the chance of release, but is not a guarantee, and this should be done regularly. When wearing a light jacket, it is advisable not to wear dark suede gloves because of the risk of staining.
- Never rub the face with suede gloves. Face cream makes suede shine and that is difficult to clean. A suede glove can also give off color to the face.
- Just like with shoes, it is good to change gloves every now and then.
- Do not wash gloves in the washing machine, as the material is too fragile for that. Chemical cleaning is also not allowed. The gloves may be injected with a nourishing and water-repellent spray. Should a glove nevertheless become dirty, it can be cleaned with a brush and leather lotion. A soft cloth with green soap can also work wonders. Do not use detergent or other unnatural cleaning, as this will close the pores of the material.
- It can be damaged when putting on and taking off gloves. Do this with the following instruction: do not pull the split and side seams but start from the tops and iron over the fingers. Then slide it over the thumb and smooth it down. (see also our website for clear instructions by clicking on the YouTube icon, top left). www.laimbock.net