The cleaning aisle at your local Target, grocery store or hardware store can also be used to help battle the hockey smell. There are multiple deodorizer and antibacterial sprays on the market that work to reduce odor and bacteria. Items such as Clorox wipes, rubbing alcohol, Febreeze, and Lysol all work great.... read more ›
Fill your sink or tub with warm water, detergent, and vinegar, and allow the equipment to soak for 45 minutes to an hour. Using a soft cloth or sponge, wipe down every piece of gear while it's in the water. Rinse thoroughly. Remove the gear from the water and allow it to dry completely.... read more ›
- Fill tub with hot water.
- Add OxiClean (stain and odor remover) to tub.
- Mix water and OxiClean.
- Put all gear you'd like washed in tub.
- Soak for 10-15 minutes.
- Remove gear from tub, drain water.
Baking soda. Giving your skates a dose of baking soda after each game or perhaps even nightly can help reduce the smell of your skates. Baking soda works as a drying agent to prevent the festering of bacteria in wet skates.... see details ›
If your hockey equipment already smells though there is an easy way to clean it: Put it in the washing machine! Yes, it is that easy.... view details ›
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Clear Gear Spray keeps hockey gear odor and bacteria free. To help prevent odor and infections, use Clear Gear Spray after every hockey game and practice on the following: Helmets, chin straps, and cages.... continue reading ›
Remove the gloves from your hockey bag and place them on a drying rack, clothesline, or equipment tree so air can circulate. Leave the gloves for a few hours or until they're completely dry. Airing the gloves can prevent bacteria from growing on the gloves and will reduce their odor.... view details ›
Clear Gear Spray keeps hockey gear odor and bacteria free. To help prevent odor and infections, use Clear Gear Spray after every hockey game and practice on the following: Helmets, chin straps, and cages.... read more ›