Few things are as important to a baseball player as his glove. Breaking in a glove can be a painstakingly slow process, so once your glove is perfect, you need to take care of it. Even a moderately priced glove can provide years of service if it is properly cared for. If your glove gets wet, there are a few steps you could take to dry it.
Things You'll Need
- Towel or cloth
Shake the excess water off your glove.
Pat your glove down with a towel or cloth to help remove more of the water.
Place your glove in a clear, open area indoors.
Allow your glove to dry for several hours. Check the glove often.
Put your glove away when it's dry.
Tips & Warnings
- Be patient, as this process could take a long time.
- Do not use heat to dry your glove, as it can cause the leather to dry out and crack. Don't put your glove in a microwave. Don't put your glove in an oven.
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