1. Get The Gloves Out Of the Bag
2. Wipe Out the gloves
As soon as you get them out of the bag, wipe them with a cloth to remove the excess moisture in them. Repeat this with both the gloves.
3. Cleaning of the inside of the gloves
After wiping out as much moisture as you, can from inside the gloves, use a sanitizer and a disinfectant for them to clean them properly and create a suitable hygienic environment. Sanitize the gloves well because your hands are sensitive. If bacteria thrive inside them, they can cause skin diseases very quickly.
There are various options to clean and disinfect the gloves for e.g. white vinegar or apple cider vinegar can be applied to clean your gloves. If you add tea tree oil to the vinegar solution, you can easily get additional anti-bacterial and antifungal properties.
Do not aggressively clean your gloves with these materials as it can cause damage to the gloves very easily. Do not use perfumes only to mask the smell of your gloves. Use proper sanitizing methods to kill bacteria and eliminate the risk of infection spread