You might start to notice that your HandsOn Gloves getting dustier, dirtier, and maybe even stained over time. This is exactly what is supposed to happen! You are removing dirt, dust, and stains from your horse – and they are landing on your gloves. Better than landing under your fingernails, right?
You might also be wondering how long these HandsOn Gloves last, well, we have not been able to destroy a pair yet. We have run them over, had our horses step on them, and used them on several horses a day for months and months! Cleaning them as needed isn’t going to shorten their lifespan.
The easiest way to clean your HandsOn Gloves is to use them to give your horse, dog, goat or other barnyard creature a bath. Super easy. You can rinse the gloves to remove any leftover soapy bubbles, then dry on a rack, fence, or hang to dry.
You can also just spray them with water, you don’t need a super powerful spray, but a nozzle helps. To dry, same thing. A fence, a hook, or a drying rack will work just fine.
Another alternative is to throw the gloves in the washing machine. Super easy. Avoid the dryer and let your HandsOn Gloves air dry instead.