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What’s the best way to wash cricket gloves?

Batting or wicket keeping?

For batting, hand wash in a washing up bowl of hand-hot, not too, soapy water and hang up to drip dry.

Adding a bit of detergent to the water stops any.. erm.. odours.

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My cricket batting pads and cricket gloves are very dirty and have dried sweat all over and I need a good way to clean them without ruining them. Please can anyone help!!

Leather conditioner.. here there is something called bear grease that works really well on leather gloves.. Don’t know if they have it in Europe… In a pinch you can use plain unscented hand lotion.

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I’m a left hander also, and was wondering if he used Puma Ballistic for his cricket gloves, bat and pads?

I think he uses a Dunlop Pro squash ball, if that’s any help.

He definitely uses a Ballistic bat. the gloves are Puma but I don’t think they are the Ballistic range. Puma claim the bat but not the gloves, so I think that’s definitive.

[edit] You know I was joking with the ‘dunlop pro’ bit. I just googled ‘squash ball brand’ and used the first one that came up.

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