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    Got a ? for all those who ride, or well, anyone with leather gloves for that matter. I have a pair of gloves that I use for my riding gloves. They aren't your typical riding gloves, but a pair of really nice, good leather ones that a friend gave me. A few months ago I moved and was in a hurry to do it, so along with many other things, I just threw the gloves in a plastic bag and left. I finally came across them the other day, and I guess from the summer heat and humidity, somehow moisture got into the bag, and now my gorgeous gloves are covered in mold. They are genuine, soft, leather. Is there anyway I can clean them without damaging the leather? I'd hate to have to get rid of them bc of the mold. They're practically still brand new and I love them!
    Girls with guns have a lot more fun!

    Valdosta PD Sept 17, 9am Written Test

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    try putting them on and getting some leather cleaner and then conditioner and then just work that stuff in like you were washing your hands.
    Cowboys in town. Trouble expected.

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      Thanks. I don't know why I didn't think of that. It was pretty much a 'duh' question, huh? lol
      Girls with guns have a lot more fun!

      Valdosta PD Sept 17, 9am Written Test

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