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10-17-2010, 07:35 PM
Seguins Dragon*
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Originally Posted by SouthpawTRK View Post
Check with your local rink to see if they partner with a company that does professional cleaning. At my local rink, there is a service that you can pay to have your equipment cleaned. If that's not available to you, then I would wash them in the tub with some hot water and a mild detergent and then let them hang dry.
I just got invited for a pick up league... first game is tommorow...

I may be able to do the washing method, but not the cleaners, just won't have time I don't think.

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