** just kidding, no cats will come to bodily harm – no matter how much I may dream of it **
So I accidentally closed one of our cats inside the car last night while getting the groceries out. She spent the night in there, and when I went to get in the car to go to work this morning I was assaulted by the stench of cat poop. I also had the ever-lovin-bejeezus scared out of me as she comes skittering out of the car while I’m trying to figure out what the horrible smell is through my watery eyes. When I find the source of the smell, I discover that little miss About-to-only-have-eight-lives managed to place her turd across both of my son’s baseball gloves which were laying in the floorboard of the car.
So here is my question; can I effectively clean (and deodorize) these baseball gloves? How do I get rid of that awful smell? And they really do need to be fairly clean as my boys are 5 and nearly-4, so who knows what they might do with these gloves - chewing / rubbing their eyes etc. Or am I better off just buying new gloves?
rainy - who was having a pretty good day, up until I opened the car door today