Let's start with boxing wraps, which are a must for every boxer.
At first sight, there's nothing complicated about them. You just put them on for training then stick them in the washing machine afterwards. So far, nothing special. But before you put them in the laundry, unroll them and do up the rip-tabs, otherwise they might get stuck to your other clothing.
Depending on what they're made from, you should wash them at either 30°C or 40°C.
Once they're completely clean, hang them up on an airer and make sure they're unrolled so that they dry faster. Normally one night is enough for them to dry out, after which you can roll them up ready for your next class.
When should you change your wraps?
Wraps are made from fabric and, like clothing, they wear out with intensive use due to contact with the sweat and high temperatures inside your boxing gloves. When your wraps become less stretchy than normal, there's a risk they might tear so it's time to replace them.
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