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    What is the best way to dry your gloves afer washing them, without picking up other smells.

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    I put mine in the drier without a fabic softer sheet.

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    I also put mine in the drier WITHOUT a fabric softener sheet. I then put each pair in a ziplock bag and then place them in a box that holds nothing but my wolf gear for the season. This is how I was taught by my father. Some people don't go to these extremes and catch A LOT of wolves.

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    Thanks guys. I thought maybe hanging them outside. But they don't dry very well when it's -15 out. I've been trying unsuccessfully for a couple years now, so I'm trying to eliminate any potential problems.

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    The best advice I could give you is to be as clean as you can with ALL of your wolf gear (traps, snares, gloves, etc.). I keep one action packer in my sled for wolf gear only, nothing else goes in there.

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