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Yes! Our products are designed to work on latex goalkeeper palms. So as long as your goalkeeper glove palm is latex, our products will work for you!
All gloveglu products are water-based, so there is no chance of them drying out your latex and damaging your gloves.
It is, however, important to wash your gloves after every use. This cleans off the dirt and excess gloveglu deep in the latex.
Across all levels of football, from Sunday League to Premier League, gloveglu is legal to use.
We don't see gloveglu as gaining an unfair advantage in sport. Our grip sprays simply restore grip back to their best and can turn good GK gloves into great GK gloves.
We help level the playing field between goalkeepers who can afford £100+ gloves, and those that cannot.
This depends on many factors, such as amount of ball handling, weather conditions, and type of glove.
In most situations, Keepers can usually play a half of football (45 minutes) before grip begins to diminish. This makes it ideal for reapplying at half time, although it's useful to keep a bottle in your goal net!
gloveglu grip sprays add grip immediately, however, if you spray your glove palms and leave them to dry for 10 minutes, this will make the grip last longer.
If you want your gloves to last, then yes!
You don't have to fully soak your gloves after each use, but it's important to pay attention to the palm.
A quick spray of gloveglu Wash & Prepare and rub with a wet sponge is an easy and quick way to clean your latex, without soaking the glove and having to wait for them to dry.
Gloves with the gloveglu Original palm technology are our most durable range of gloves.
The latex is less soft and therefore more durable and less suceptible to tearing.