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How to clean goose down ski gloves

 Poster: A snowHead
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So sadly my ski holiday has ended and I am back at my desk once again [big sigh]. Have decided that I need to clean my gordini goose down ski gloves as they are getting smellier and smellier year on year, can anyone tell me the best way of doing this? Label says to wipe clean outside only, so not sure what to do. Cheers.
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If you follow the instruction as per down pillows and dry them in a tumble dryer with a few tennis balls which helps to break up any clumps..it depends what the outer layer is made of
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@bendiddley, I’ve washed my Gordoni down mittens a couple of times (they got so smelly it was either risk washing them or throw them away) using Nikwax Down Wash and then Nikwax Down Proof. It seems to have worked. I think the down feels a little less fluffy but, with silk liners, they withstood wind and seriously low temperatures on the Kleine Matterhorn last week. I don’t wear them for “normal” skiing temperatures - too hot and I do feel the cold so they must have survived the washing.
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I wash my rab and alpkit down jackets in the normal washing machine with about a quarter of the normal detergent, and they seem to cope very well.
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Cheers Guys.
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Use the down balls from lakeland

http://www.lakeland.co.uk/23672/2-Dryerballs-Tumble-Dryer-Balls
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