LamafamaNot long, theres a few ways to minimise it; bake the gloves on a low heat in the oven for like 10 minutes (I have an AGA which is always so used the low oven which is probs like 60-80c). It means the gloves will take the stuff in a lot faster.
Then if you just rub an old towel all around them with your hands in as if you were drying your hands it will lift off the excess.
Just don't use these if you have white ski gear.
Shoey-SkiThanks for the responses guys k+ for everyone once I get on my computer (on ns mobile) I think I'm going to go with sno seal
ive used spray on stuff and snoseal. sno seal works better.
1st, (i dont have an oven like lamafama is talking) so i use a hair dryer and heat them up first.
2.) then apply a pretty hefty layer of sno seal.
3.) let sno seal dry
4.) use the hairdryer again and heat them up again, thus making the sno seal warm and more runny.
5.) wipe off any major excess amounts of sno seal (only get the big drips)
6.) let dry again and youre good to go
also like others have said just be a bit careful what you touch at first. it leaves a little sticky residue, but if you manage to grab your coat or something. it will eventually dry outa and fade away.