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Do you want to take your webbies for a swim? Do you want to get your webbies wet or Do you want to give your webbies a bath? Well here are some easy ways to dry your webbies.
1.Drying in the Sun
This is my favourite way to dry my webbies. it works perfectly.
First squeeze all the water out of your webbie, then brush your webbie's fur. If its a stringy webkinz, brush it's belly and paws. Its important to do this to make sure your webbie's fur doesn't turn out messed up. Finally put your webkinz in the sun on the side that it's wet for an hour or so, if your webbie's completely wet, after an hour flip your webbie. This method is the perfect way to get a warm, dry webbie.
2. Drying with a hairdryer
First, squeeze all the water out and comb it's fur just like way 1. Than use a hairdryer to blow your webbie for 5-20 minutes. It depends on your webbie's materials and fur. This method is good for when you don't have any sunshine and you want to dry your webbie faster.
3. Air drying
Squeeze all the water, comb the fur, and just leave it to dry. This method is good if their is no sun, but it will take longer.
4. Towel drying Thank you so much Pandapuddin for letting me know about this one!
First squeeze all the excess water out of your webbie and roll him/her gently on a towel. After that, comb your webbie. When all that is done, you can leave your webbie to air dry or put your webbie on a gentle cycle in the dryer.
If you acciden't dropped a webbie with long fur for example the samoyed or yorkie, it's important to brush their fur.
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And all those other webbies with short fur.
Hope this helps!
Your webbies will have a fantastic summer.
Last edited by Sunnykinz101; 08-02-2011 at 08:05 AM..
Do they smell okay after drying? I don't want them to have a icky moldy smell.
If you put them in clean water, yup! My hippo smelled fine.
Originally Posted by catspaws
Are the Mazing hamsters okay to do? And are they just like they were before?
I believe they are okay. Maybe the ones with the shorter fur. For example if you have a Hope hamster or another hamster with that short fur. I don't know about ones with longer fur such as Petunia and Spooky.
Great job Sunny! I have one thing you didn't have up there that works like a charm. Towel drying. I roll my webbie gently pressing in a towel, make sure to squeeze the excess water out before doing this. After that brush out your webbie (if it has fur) and you can put it out to air dry or put it on a gentle cycle in the dryer.
Last edited by pandapuddin; 07-28-2011 at 08:50 PM..
Great job Sunny! I have one thing you didn't have up that works like a charm. Towel drying. I roll my webbie gently pressing in a towel, make sure to squeeze the excess water out before doing this. After that brush out your webbie and you can put it out to air dry or put it on a gentle cycle in the dryer.
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