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Are Your Webkinz dirty? Come here to see the simple way to wash your Webkinz without ruining them!
As the title says, this a guide on how to wash your Webkinz!
Here are some tips,,
1. never put your Webkinz in the dryer. If they have plastic eyes or nose, it will melt them.
2. If you have the duck, and it's dirty, just try to blow dry it off because if you wash it, it's pink cheeks will come off.
3. Webkinz with the fur texture that the Collie & Himalayan have, and the horse's manes, they're fur will be all funny after you wash them.
Okay, here's the guide!
Stuff You Need
-If you want your Webkinz to smell good, Perfume.
Pick out the Webkinz you would like to wash.
Then, fill up the sink with warm, soapy water.
Stick in one - two Webkinz in the sink at a time, because they'll soak up all the water If you have too many Webkinz in it.
Emerge the full Webkinz under water, and bring them back up.
Squeeze the shampoo on your hand(or directly on the Webkinz), and scrub the Webkinz away!
Once your done scrubbing, drain the sink, and turn on hot or cold water(It doesn't matter which), and rinse the Webkinz out good. Be sure to wring out the Webkinz, because soap will get on the inside a little bit.
After rinsing, dry Webkinz off with a towel. Then, blow dry some, until the Webkinz is partly dry.
Let Webkinz sit on a drying rack for a few days. They need to be on a drying rack for so long because water absorbs into them.
After drying for a few days, take off the rack, and spray with perfume If you want them to smell good. If not, just take off the rack and put them away.
~Helpful Hints By Our Fellow Members~
Originally Posted by Webkinz4ever44
I've done this many times before ~ Another idea is if you have a brush that has toothbrush kinda bristles, you can use it to smooth out the soft part of webkinz.
eg. the Golden Retriever ~ Stomach, paws
Originally Posted by musicislife666
Don't use dark colored shampoo, especially when washing white or light colored Webkinz. You don't want to stain them! :]
Originally Posted by Kiyoshi
Wow, I haven't attempted this yet because I want the best way to clean my webkinz. I think this is a great guide, I might even have the courage to wash my dirty ones
My mom has tried this is a number of stuffed animals that were somewhat dirty but only needed a little, this works very nicely for webkinz also.
Dust the webkinz with some baking soda or baby powder to remove surface dirt. Let is sit 20 minutes or so, then rub vigorously with a rough towed. This will get smells out and clean off surface dirt
Originally Posted by b1uski3sxox
Thanks again- I just washed 2 of my Webkinz (1 for a test, the second because it "accidentally" got some makeup put on it... ) and am letting them dry in the heater (I had to let the fan go first... it's weird, in my room, I have something that blows and something that dries, but nothing that does both... )
Here's a quick little tip- be careful of the Webkinz that have sparkly stuff on them (example: spotty dinosaur, or the pegasus, unicorn... that sparkly stuff.) AND the "Ganz" tag still on them. The black stuff on the Ganz tag can get on the sparkly stuff and give it little black spots. Also, I find it easier not spraying the Webkinz with perfume, and just using scented soap/shampoo.
Ooh, and how I got the makeup off of one of my Webkinz. My Webkinz (spotty dinosaur) has light fur, and I thought it'd be cool to put some sticky, gold-sparkly makeup on it. Bad idea! It looked not that good at all. I tried to wipe it off, but nothing happened. So what I did was this:
-Fill sink with soapy water
-Dunk Webkinz' head (or whatever part of its body is stained) in water until it's absorbed most of it.
-Pull Webkinz' head out and squeeze to get most of the water out.
-Get old toothbrush and put soap/shampoo on it, wet toothbrush.
-Scrub stained part of Webkinz.
-Dunk Webkinz' head in water.
-Scrub Webkinz' head again, without soap.
-Dunk Webkinz' head in water again.
I did that about 4 times, and it got most of the makeup off (it takes a few tries to even get the makeup off of human skin... )
Originally Posted by :.Star*`
Great thread! Heres a silly suggestion: Don't tell your dog and kitty webbies that its a "bath" hehe. My younger sibling put her unicorn in the dryer, and when it came out, it's mane and tail were all messed up. They looked really bad, and we had to throw it away.. its a shame. Thanks for the guide!
I will add pictures to every step when I can.
Please trust me on this, I've done it very many times.
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