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IF YOU EVER GET YOUR PET DIRTY- OR FOR JUST FUN!....
1.Step 1: Bathing
Completely cover your webkinz in water- using a sink/bathtub. Do NOT use soap or shampoo. 1.jpg
2.Once you feel it is completely covered in water- remove it from the water 2.jpg
3.Step 2: Drying
Wring out your webkinz like you were wringing out a mop or shirt. It does NOT have to be totally dry. 3.jpg
4.Roll you webkinz up in a towel. 4.jpg
5.Gentley step on the towel. This may seem meanbut it's getting all the water out! 5.jpg
6.Take your webkinz out of the towel. It may still be damp. 6.jpg
7.(MAKE SURE YOUR DRY WHEN DEALING WITH ELECTRICITY!)Blow dry your webkinz on warm and high for about five minutes. If you are under the age of 8- have parental supervision. Make sure you are not pressing on the webkinz. That could be dangerous!
NOTE!- IF YOU ARE DEALING WITH FUR SUCH AS THE REINDEER- WHILE BLOWDRYING BRUSH ANY WET OR CRUSTY PART!
NOTE!- IF YOU ARE DEALING WITH FUR SUCH AS THE EASTER DUCK- RUB ANY WET SPOT WHILE BLOWDRYING(thanks kitty66 7.jpg
8.VIOLA! Your Webkinz is dry and clean! Have fun in WW! 8.jpg
I assume there may be some questions so i will post some things-
-None of my webkinz have stayed damp or soggy. -I do not use soap- and i do not recommend it! CORRECTION! I HAVE TRIED THIS ON WEBKINZ LIKE THE REINDEER, LILKINZ PENGUIN- that material!-it came out just fine! WARNING-I have not tried this on the furrier hair- like the . -ANY MATERIAL LIKE THE DUCK IS SAFE!
-I am not responsible for any UNLIKELY damages to your pet. -I believe this is the safest way to wash a webbie!
MAKE SURE YOU TELL ME IF YOU TRY THIS! _____________________________________
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