The Stitch TV Show talked to the creator of the Machinger gloves and got tips on how to clean them. Give it a try. They share how to clean dye transfer and other dirt off of the gloves. The technique should work for any brand of quilting gloves with rubberized parts.

#4 sarah21 2019-10-07 05:07
I wrecked my first pair of gloves by trying to clean them. I really wish the manufacturer would also include products that are available in international countries that can be used to clean the gloves. I believe these gloves are used in many countries throughout the world! Why do they only consider USA worthy of the information to clean their gloves!
#3 leafy 2019-10-05 15:58
Guess I'm simple...I just throw mine in the washer/dryer when they need it.
#2 Wildiris99 2019-10-04 09:33
I was really surprised to learn this is a recommended method from someone who spoke to the manufacturer.
I thought that both latex rubber and the petro chemical by products would melt through exposure to Dawn (which is also used to clean crude oil off of wildlife after oil tanker spills.) . While it does do the job, won't it very significantly shorten the gloves coating agent's life??
#1 quiltenlady 2019-10-04 07:12
Great tip ! Mine need this treatment so thank you .Look forward to your next video on tips.
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