Cleaning Your Gloves

Clean After Each Use

Your gloves will absorb sweat, dirt, and other things from the environment. Over time, this can cause your gloves to look and smell bad and it can degrade the material and electronics, affecting your gloves’ performance. This can be easily mitigated with proper care and cleaning after each use. Regular cleaning by misting gently with at least 70% Isopropyl alcohol is recommended.

Cleaning Procedure
1. Lay out gloves

After each use, lay the gloves with palms facing up on a flat surface - be sure it is a surface that will not be damaged by alcohol, such as an old towel.

2. Mist

Gently mist all of the surfaces that have been in contact with your skin with at least 70% Isopropyl Alcohol. Do not saturate the fabric so that it becomes wet - a light mist is all that’s needed. Let it dry, then repeat once or twice more. It will be convenient to buy a small, travel-size misting container, such as a 2 oz (~50 mL) bottle used for body sprays. Glass is preferred over plastic. It is not necessary to dilute the alcohol for use in this manner, but be sure to follow all the safety precautions on the alcohol container.

Important: You must ensure that the alcohol does not reach the case on the wrist strap of each glove.

As always, the MiMU team is available to help by emailing [email protected].