How to organize hockey gear.
My guest blogger this week is from ProStock Hockey. It can be difficult to keep hockey equipment organized, dry and clean. Do you want your child putting on equipment that was stored in a moldy hockey bag? Imagine having 15 hockey bags in a small room containing equipment that is not taken care of properly.
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The most important part is to have a specific place for everything and have a routine to follow after every game and practice. It gets tricky when you need the same jersey a few days in a row so it’s important to get it washed asap.
Leaving equipment wet and sweaty can cause skin issues, especially in young children so this is not just a matter of smelling bad.
I completely agree. The have also done air quality tests in dressing rooms and found it to be poor. This partly due do mold in hockey bags and equipment that is released as players shake equipment as they put it on. My kids came home, unpacked and hung up equipment and put washable clothing in the washing machine and started it. A system is key.