Take your **** to the laundromat and wash it in one of the big washers.
(in Billy Mays voice) Just pour Oxy Clean in with your normal detergent, and your funky **** smelling hockey gear will come out smelling like it had never been worn! We took Tonga's old jock strap with 6 seasons of use and washed it once in Oxy Clean. And look at it now. You could wear it as a yarmulke.
Here is the trick to drying your stuff. After you wash it, put it in the bed of your truck in the sunlight. It takes some time to dry, but your lockermates will be appreciative of the effort.
Just don't wash your skates or helmet. Febreze that ****!
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Now go away.
Its midnight and we can only get one locker room? hahaha.
I usually spread my **** out all over the place, I might just end up suiting up outside.
Guys and Gals,
I have two buddies whom im trying to get back into the swing of playing again, and before I bring them down I want to know if anyone would mind me bringing the both of them to play with me on a line in this pickup game.
They are both smokers who are trying to get back on skates, and would not tilt the skill level in any direction but against any them they would play on.
If its a problem, just let me know.
I have a ton of 50% coupons for superclean. they throw your stuff in some serious anti-bacterial ****, ozone, uranium, hydrogen bomb, etc.
they do get your stuff really, really clean. Super Clean Professional Equipment Cleaning & Restoration Services
I'm down for a dive bar. When we start playing, I'll just aim for the middle puck.
By the way...
if you put a sheet of Bounce-type fabric softner in each glove...it does wonders for the smell.