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Re: (JUST UPDATED!) ://*Is your old buddie DIRTY, RIPPED, or FLIMSY? Well Look NO Further! Abby & Co - Pet Repairs & How-to's *\\:
Originally Posted by pikachukick900
How do you clean your Webbies? My old Alley Cat, Alley, has been dirty ever since I got her.
Ganz had a FAQ question similar to this, it was "Can I machine wash my Webkinz?"
Their answer was: No, your Webkinz Plush pet should not be washed in a washing machine. If they are looking a little scruffy, and a bit of a wash seems like a good idea, please wipe it with a damp cloth with a little, teensy-tiny bit of baby shampoo. Next, wipe it again with a damp cloth, this time with no soap.
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