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Post  Snowcat on Tue Apr 10 2012, 21:39

Back from Wales yesterday and I got particularly drenched, jacket trousers etc drying nicely and the outside of my gloves bone dry, problem is the insides are sodden, anyone any tips for drying them??
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Post  MrNutt on Tue Apr 10 2012, 21:51

these have both worked for me,

radiator on, have them open end down on the top of the rad (if that makes sense)
newspaper stuffed in them works to.

just make sure they get air or they will go smelly

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Post  ScoldedCat on Tue Apr 10 2012, 23:46

Oh how I loath putting my hands back into soggy gloves!

Before I realisedthat the cuffs go inside the sleeves my winter riding gloves filled with water more than once!

The only way they would dry is with the cuffs rolled back and then putting them open-end up on a radiator.

Still took 48 hours for them to dry properly though!
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