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  cardboard tube or rolled up newspaper
  Posted by: Peter-CA on Oct-29-12 12:49 PM (EST)
 

You can speed it up some by sticking a cardboard tube (like what you have when you use up all the paper towels on a roll) inside the wrist part as much as possible, to hold it open. Rolled up newspaper could also work. You are trying to get air in, to allow it to dry. But it is possible the finger area will still be wet.

If you can turn the gloves inside out, that could also help. The outside (which is now the inside) may stay wet, but the part yous tick your hands in to will be dry.

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